ESP USA M-II HT 2023 – Open Grain Ash -Satin Blueberry

$ 4000.00

If you want all eyes on you, strap on this ESP USA M-II HT. Yow’ll be the center of attention, thanks to its eye-popping open-grain ash top. But this guitar wasn’t built for dog and pony shows – it was made to be played.

You’ll love the acoustic sound of the ash’s musical resonance, pop, and sustain, even before you plug into your favorite amp. And when you crank it up, you’ll be blown away by the vintage yet totally modern tones that this USA M-II HT’s dual Seymour Duncan humbuckers deliver. What’s more, this guitar’s fast-playing snappy maple neck and fingerboard make intense techniques feel effortless. Looks, beauty, and lethal performance this ESP USA M-II HT has it all! Top-shelf tonewoods deliver superior sound.

ESP wasn’t fooling around when they built this USA M-ll

HT. They started with a body built from open-grain ash.

Ash is prized for its natural musicality, perfect balance of brightness and warmth, and midrange pop, as well as its eye-catching appearance. This guitar’s super-stable maple neck and fingerboard culminate in a fast- and fluid-playing guitar with plenty of snap.

Twin Seymour Duncan humbuckers

Two Seymour Duncan passive humbucking pickups were chosen to deliver this ESP USA M-II HT’s rich, sustaining voice. In neck position is a vintage-output Seymour Duncan Jazz humbucker, which manages to retain its clarity even when submitted to the fiercest distortions. In bridge position, a Duncan ’59/Custom Hybrid, so called because it merges coils from two acclaimed SD pickups, delivers a modernized medium-output onslaught of compressed dynamics, enhanced harmonics, and enhanced low-frequency response. This guitar’s volume/ tone control layout opens up plenty of sound-shaping possibilities, while coil-splitting gives you access to even more sonic textures. Thanks to these two top-shelf humbuckers, this USA M-II HT delivers tones that can be classic and modern at the same time.

ESP USA series employs the finest materials from around the world.

ESP started as a manufacturer of after-market guitar parts in Japan in the late 1970s. By the mid-’80s, ESP was making custom guitars for some of the biggest names in rock. An exacting eye toward playability and craftsmanship has made ESP Guitars one of the most visible and prevalent guitar brands in rock and metal. In 2014, ESP opened their first US-based production factory. It’s there that they craft their acclaimed ESP USA series guitars by hand, using the finest materials from around the world. George Lynch, Ron Wood, Gus G.,

ESP USA M-II HT Open Grain Ash Features: Performance-minded solidbody with a beautiful appearanceStunning open-grain ash top creates an eye-catching look Carefully selected tonewoods are teeming with musical resonance, pop, and sustain Twin Seymour Duncan humbuckers yield old-school tone with a kick Coil-splitting gives you access to an array of classic single-coil tones. Rock-solid hardtail bridge and Sperzel locking tuners keep your tuning on point Fast-feeling Ultra Thin U-shaped neck with snappy maple fingerboard.