M series is one of the mainstays of ESP and LTD catalogs. It`s models embody the ideal of a simple, ferocious Superstrat/Soloist guitar made with ultimate performance value in mind. No frills, no filler, just the plain, straightforward awesomeness. This time around, M series gets the prestigious ESP Original treatment. Worry not, it remained true to its roots, putting functionality, tone and performance above and in front of anything else. The new M-II CTM is a flat-top six-string with neck-through-body construction and standard 25-1/2" scale, active EMG electronics and super sleek "black on black" attire.
M-II CTM has a regular M body made of alder wings on the sides and maple neck in the middle. The neck is made of three pieces of maple and features one of the fastest and smoothest profiles in the industry. It is bound to satisfy even the most discerning guitar afficionados. Ebony fingerboard on its top rocks 24 extra jumbo frets, thumbnail inlays, 1.65" locking nut and 12" radius.
EMG delivers 81 for the bridge and 85 for the neck position, granting this beast the classic metal tone which millions of players around the world crave and want. One volume pot, one tone pot and a three-position blade switch make up the controls unit. Floyd Rose bridge and locking Gotoh tuners round off the stunning specs list.
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