ESP LTD Elite ST1 Duncan Electric Guitar with Case

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Product Description

The ESP LTD Elite ST1 Duncan Electric Guitar combines a versatile pickup set, high quality tonewoods and premium hardware, making it one of the best values you’ll find! Made in Japan by ESP, the Elite ST1 Duncan has remarkable construction quality. The quilted maple top on the alder body gives the guitar a stunning appearance while the maple neck makes the guitar really pop.

A Seymour Duncan Custom humbucker along with a STK-S4 Classic Stack Plus pickup set makes for unrivaled tonal versatility. The Elite ST1 also features a Floyd Rose bridge for stable, smooth whammy effects for lead players.

Product Specifications
ESP LTD Elite ST1 Duncan Electric Guitar Specifications
  • Construction: Bolt-On-Neck
  • Scale: 25.5 inches
  • Body: Alder
  • Top: Quilted Maple
  • Neck: Maple
  • Fingerboard: Maple
  • Nut: 42mm Locking
  • Neck Contour: Thin U
  • Frets: 24 XJ
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Tuners: Gotoh
  • Bridge: Floyd Rose
  • Pickups: Seymour Duncan Custom (B) / STK-S4 Classic Stack Plus
Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  800-423-8388 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime Warranty
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I got a Dent & Scratch model for $1099. That's $700 less than a new E-II with almost the same hardware! My guitar needed a setup and fresh set of strings right away, but it traveled over 5,000 miles to get here, and I live at 1,500' elevation. I expected to have to adjust the truss rod and trem. I may end up replacing the Floyd 1000 bridge for an OFR or Gotoh eventually, but it's good enough for now. The bridge and middle pickup sound great, I think the neck pickup should be a little brighter and hotter, but that's subjective. Where this guitar shines is that it is so easy to play! I can get 2nd fret harmonics on the middle pickup, try doing that on a Strat or LP. I think the 12" radius is a great compromise between easy to chord and fast as hell. The satin finish on the neck is very s I don't care that it says, "LTD" on the headstock. This guitar was made in Japan, that counts much more for me than the name. Similar Ibanez are all made in Indonesia. Great guitar for the money!
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