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1993 ESP M-II in Pearl White.
Very cool, vintage, ESP Japan made guitar, not one of the newer ones or an LTD.
These were all superbly made with excellent playability. I have owned dozens of these over the years and I have never found one yet that wasn’t just plain cool..
This one appears to be all original with Seymour Duncans in the neck and bridge and Floyd Rose locking trem. (bar is chrome and doesnt match but I probably have a black one around somewhere)
The neck and frets are excellent.
As it is a 28 year old guitar, it shows some dings and marks in various places, mostly on the bottom and the bouts as you look down while playing. As you can see by the pics, the top of the guitar is still in great condition.
This M-II just drips Kirk Hammett/Queensryche type mojo as both of those played MII’s at various times back in the day.
Comes as pictured with original ESP case, as well as DiMarzio type straplocks/strap.
These vintage ESP’s are getting harder and harder to find, particularly in playable condition. This one is a great piece, don’t sleep on it:)
ESP MII Deluxe info:
The ESP M-II Deluxe is a superstrat made in Japan. As opposed to th ESP M-II Custom which has a neck-through construction, the ESP M-II Deluxe has a bolt-on neck construction. It features a reversed headstock, pearl dot inlays and a logo block inlay on the 12th fret. The earlier version feature an ESP Sinclair tremolo but in the 1995 catalogue it is mentioned that it has an Original Floyd Rose tremolo. The colors: See-thru red, See-thru purple, See-thru green, See-thru blue were available against an additional cost of 100 dollars. Other features are:
- Slanted humbucker in single coil format in the neck position
- Optional Maple fingerboard