E-II is one of the upscale ESP ranges. It is made in Japan and ranks just below the prestigious USA range.
E-II Horizon NT-7B is a baritone seven-string with neck-through-body construction, active EMG electronics and the upside-down headstock. As the only baritone-scaled seven-string in the lineup, NT-7B has a special position among its series mates. Solid and double-cut body of this metal machine is made of alder wings and maple neck running through the middle. The neck is outfitted with a standard Thin U profile in the back and a 24-fret ebony fingerboard on top.
EMG`s heavy duty unit made up of 81-7 in the bridge and 707 in the neck position makes sure this beast cuts through any and every mix with its unholy growl. Sperzel tuners and string-through-body TOM bridge keep tuning and intonation in perfect check even after prolonged sessions.
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