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ESP E-II ARROW BLK Flying V Electric Guitar Black EMG Pickups

SKU # ESP-ARROW2
At the start of 2015, ESP made a guitar shape available worldwide that was previously only offered to our customers in Japan. That shape is the Arrow, and we've made this bold and distinctive guitar in two versions with the ESP E-II Arrow and the LTD Arrow-401. Let's take a look at what makes them special, and what differences are found between them.

Most people by now are familiar with our ESP E-II instruments. Introduced in 2014, ESP E-II is the new name for what we formerly called "ESP Standard". ESP E-II models are crafted in our Tokyo, Japan factory by skilled luthiers. The ESP E-II Arrow is built to be a shred machine; everything about it makes it ready to handle your fastest leads and chunkiest rhythms. Unlike the LTD version, the E-II Arrow has neck-thru-body construction. The advantage of neck-thru-body design goes beyond the smooth feel of the integrated heel for excellent fret access; it also can offer even greater sustain and richer tone. The E-II Arrow also has an alder body with the resulting comfortable use on stage, as well as the general awesome look of the natural black color of an ebony fingerboard and a reverse inline headstock. It also upgrades the tremolo to an Original Floyd Rose, and adds Gotoh tuners as well. The ESP E-II Arrow offers a set of dual EMG 81 active pickups for a super aggressive sound. It also includes an ESP hardshell case.

You can find both the LTD Arrow-401 and the ESP E-II Arrow at your local ESP dealer. Give them a try, and see why one of these guitars might be right for you!

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At the start of 2015, ESP made a guitar shape available worldwide that was previously only offered to our customers in Japan. That shape is the Arrow, and we've made this bold and distinctive guitar in two versions with the ESP E-II Arrow and the LTD Arrow-401. Let's take a look at what makes them special, and what differences are found between them. Most people by now are familiar with our ESP E-II instruments. Introduced in 2014, ESP E-II is the new name for what we formerly called "ESP Standard". ESP E-II models are crafted in our Tokyo, Japan factory by skilled luthiers. The ESP E-II Arrow is built to be a shred machine; everything about it makes it ready to handle your fastest leads and chunkiest rhythms. Unlike the LTD version, the E-II Arrow has neck-thru-body construction. The advantage of neck-thru-body design goes beyond the smooth feel of the integrated heel for excellent fret access; it also can offer even greater sustain and richer tone. The E-II Arrow also has an alder body with the resulting comfortable use on stage, as well as the general awesome look of the natural black color of an ebony fingerboard and a reverse inline headstock. It also upgrades the tremolo to an Original Floyd Rose, and adds Gotoh tuners as well. The ESP E-II Arrow offers a set of dual EMG 81 active pickups for a super aggressive sound. It also includes an ESP hardshell case. You can find both the LTD Arrow-401 and the ESP E-II Arrow at your local ESP dealer. Give them a try, and see why one of these guitars might be right for you!...
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At the start of 2015, ESP made a guitar shape available worldwide that was previously only offered to our customers in Japan. That shape is the Arrow, and we've made this bold and distinctive guitar in two versions with the ESP E-II Arrow and the LTD Arrow-401. Let's take a look at what makes them special, and what differences are found between them. Most people by now are familiar with our ESP E-II instruments. Introduced in 2014, ESP E-II is the new name for what we formerly called "ESP Standard". ESP E-II models are crafted in our Tokyo, Japan factory by skilled luthiers. The ESP E-II Arrow is built to be a shred machine; everything about it makes it ready to handle your fastest leads and chunkiest rhythms. Unlike the LTD version, the E-II Arrow has neck-thru-body construction. The advantage of neck-thru-body design goes beyond the smooth feel of the integrated heel for excellent fret access; it also can offer even greater sustain and richer tone. The E-II Arrow also has an alder body with the resulting comfortable use on stage, as well as the general awesome look of the natural black color of an ebony fingerboard and a reverse inline headstock. It also upgrades the tremolo to an Original Floyd Rose, and adds Gotoh tuners as well. The ESP E-II Arrow offers a set of dual EMG 81 active pickups for a super aggressive sound. It also includes an ESP hardshell case. You can find both the LTD Arrow-401 and the ESP E-II Arrow at your local ESP dealer. Give them a try, and see why one of these guitars might be right for you!
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Construction Neck-thru-body Scale 25.5" Body Alder Neck 3Pc Maple Fingerboard Ebony Fingerboard Radius 305mm Finish Black Nut Width 42mm Nut Type Locking Neck Contour Thin U Frets/Type 24 XJ Hardware Color Black Strap Button Standard Tuners Gotoh Bridge Floyd Rose Neck PU EMG 81 Bridge PU EMG 81 Electronics Active Electronics Layout Vol/Toggle Switch Case CVFF Case Included Y

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