MR series is a line of guitars inspired by the cult RG series from rival Ibanez Guitars. Thus far, the first and only MR model in the E-II range is E-II MR Seven. It is, as its name says, a seven-stringed guitar with flat-top body, locking bridge, passive electronics and a bolted neck. Probably, the most unexpected feature on this kickass axe is its scale length - it measures exactly 25-1/2". ESP is one of few brands which chooses to keep the standard six-string scale a standard among seven-stringers, as well.
E-II MR Seven has a flat double-cut body made of alder and a bolt-on neck made of maple. This is one of several predominant tonewood combinations in the entire catalog (mahogany/maple, mahogany/mahogany and basswood/maple combinations are also heavily featured), and is completed with a 24-fret ebony fingerboard (XJ frets, 1.89" bone nut, offset dot inlays).
Seymour Duncan`s Sentient/Nazgul combo occupies the pickups compartments and brings a smart combination of modern and classic SD traits. Controls unit made up of a master volume, master tone and three-position blade switch is also reminiscent of the RG line. MR Seven is completed with an Original Floyd Rose bridge and Gotoh tuners.
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