The E-II range used to be known as ESP Standard back in the day. The new E-IIs are made and designed in ESP`s headquarters in Tokyo, just like their predecessors and are made for an uncompromising player who wants the all-in-one package. 2018 lineup of the E-II segment brings forth the new BTL line of electric basses made up of two models - BTL-4 and BTL-5. The four-stringer is a solid, double-cut axe with alder/spalt maple body (beveled top, no binding, no pickguard), a bolt-on neck made of three pieces of maple, a 24-fret ebony fingerboard (dot inlays w/12th fret E-II inlay, 34" scale, 12" radius), a Hipshot A-style bridge, Seymour Duncan soapbar pickups, and Gotoh tuners.
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