E-II Arrow is one of the heaviest additions to the ESP catalog for 2015. Its menacing looks, infernal tone and supreme playability give it a fantastic starting position on the market. This new Arrow belongs to the E-II range (E-II replaces the ESP Standard range), so a pretty high price tag might be expected. Nonetheless, let`s see what this stunner offers. For starters, there`s a solid and awesomely sculpted alder body with asymmetrical V prongs and beveled top. It is available only in black color with black hardware and glossy finish. Back of the body is also ergonomically sculpted to maximize the ease of use. On the top, ESP installs an original Floyd Rose bridge with six saddles. In its front, EMG`s 81 (bridge) and 85 (neck) are featured. Master volume knob and a three-way toggle pickup switch comprise the controls unit. Maple neck rocks the super fast U profile in the back and runs through the entire length of the body. On its top, ESP installs a regular 24-fret ebony fingerboard with triangular inlays, locking string nut (1.65" wide) and white binding. Set of six Gotoh tuners on a vintage-styled reverse headstock complete this vicious metal monster.
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