ESP`s Horizon series offers elegant and fancy guitars. Not to say that they`re any bit less metal than their simpler and more straightforward siblings from the M series and similar ranges. They`re as metal as it gets, but with something little extra in the visual department. This extra is often manifested in quilted tops, bindings and other cosmetic features. New E-II Horizon lineup for 2016 receives the magnificent Horizon NT-II model. It is a ferocious six-string with neck-through construction and killer looks. Active electronics, string-through-body construction and top class tonewoods make this a great choice for discerning metal players.
E-II Horizon NT-II comes with a solid and double-cut mahogany body with a quilt maple cap on top (one of the most standard Horizon series combos in the upper echelons of the catalog). The neck is made up of three pieces of maple and it runs through the center of the body. On its top, there is a 24-fret ebony fingerboard with a bone nut, thumbnail inlays and 12" radius.
EMG`s 57 and 66 (bridge and neck) humbuckers with brushed chrome covers make up the pickups combo. Master volume, master tone and a three-way toggle switch complete the controls. String-through tune-o-matic bridge and locking Gotoh tuners wrap the specs list.
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