M series offers some of the best and finest electric guitars made for metal music. Its lineup stretches from LTD to ESP Original, including both the ESP and E-II ranges in the middle. M series guitars come with huge variety, with bolt-on necks, set necks, through-body necks, passive and active electronics, fixed and trem bridges and many more options and variants. This year`s novelties for the E-II range include the fantastic E-II M-II Neck Thru. It is a six-string metal machine with active electronics, satin finish (Urban Camo and Black) and locking trem bridge.
E-II M-II Neck Thru kicks off with a standard M series double-cut body made of alder wings and maple neck in the middle. The neck rocks the Thin U-profile in the back and a 24-fret rosewood fingerboard on top (extra jumbo frets, dot inlays, 1.65" string nut and 12" radius).
The pickups on this beast are supplied by EMG. 81 in the bridge position and also an 81 in the neck. master volume and three-way pickup switch Comprise the simple controls unit. Original Floyd Rose bridge and Gotoh tuners complete the specs list.
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