ESP LTD 87 Eclipse Tele Guitar Floyd Rose-Black W/Hard Case

$899.00

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ESP LTD 87 Eclipse Tele Guitar Floyd Rose-Black W/Hard Case

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ESP LTD 87 Eclipse Tele Guitar Floyd Rose- in Black with Hard Case

Mint condition, no issues. These are stupidly good quality guitars for the money.

Comes as pictured with brand new deluxe hard case.

 

While ESP first got started in 1975 as a small repair shop in Tokyo, it was really toward the mid ‘80s when our guitars and basses grabbed the attention of players around the world. The LTD ’87 Series are faithful recreations of this set of instruments from ESP’s 1987 catalog. Unlike the current single-cutaway Eclipse shape, the original ESP Eclipse was based on the TE archtop shape,  which is the basis of the LTD Eclipse ’87. This guitar offers neck-thru-body construction with a mahogany body and three-piece maple neck. The ’87 Series Eclipse models offer a set of Seymour Duncan ’59 (neck) and JB (bridge) pickup set (with original style bobbins and a push-pull control to split the coils), and a Floyd Rose-1000 locking tremolo.

Features

  • Gloss-finished mahogany body
  • Thin U-shaped 3-piece maple neck, Macassar ebony fingerboard with 24 extra jumbo frets
  • Seymour Duncan ’59 neck humbucker, Seymour Duncan JB bridge humbucker, toggle switch
  • Floyd Rose-1000 locking tremolo, LTD locking tuning machines

Eclipse ’87 Electric Guitar Specifications:

Body

  • Body type: Solidbody
  • Body wood: Mahogany
  • Body finish: Gloss

Neck

  • Neck shape: Thin U
  • Neck wood: 3-piece maple
  • Scale length: 24.75”

Fingerboard

  • Material: Macassar ebony
  • Radius: 13.7”
  • Fret size: Extra Jumbo
  • Number of frets: 24
  • Inlays: Pearloid offset blocks
  • Nut width/material: 1.65″/Molded

Electronics

  • Configuration: HH
  • Neck: Seymour Duncan ’59
  • Bridge: Seymour Duncan JB
  • Control layout: Volume/Tone, Push/Pull, Toggle Switch

Hardware

  • Bridge type: Tremolo
  • Bridge design: Locking
  • Tailpiece: Stopbar
  • Tuning machines: Locking
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