ESP has introduced six new 400 Series LTD models with metallic fade finishes. The new guitars, which are all available at affordable price points, can be viewed below.
The EC-400, shown above, sports a Black Pearl Fade Metallic finish on a mahogany body, with a three-piece mahogany thin U-shaped neck joined by set-thru construction. Components include Grover tuners and EMG 60 (neck) and EMG 81 (bridge) active pickups.
The H-400 Crimson Fade Metallic offers an arch-topped mahogany body and a three-piece thin U-shaped maple neck with set-thru construction. There’s also a fixed bridge with string-thru-body for added sustain and tone plus Seymour Duncan Jazz (neck) and Custom-5 (bridge) pickups.
The M-400 Solar Fade Metallic sports an extra thin, U-shaped three-piece bolt-on maple neck, a reverse headstock and a Floyd Rose Special bridge. Pickups are a pair of direct-mounted Seymour Duncan Jazz (neck) and Custom-5 (bridge) humbuckers.
The MH-400FR Blue Pearl Fade Metallic boasts neck-thru-body construction, with a set of direct-mount EMG 85 (neck) and EMG 81 (bridge) active pickups. There’s also Grover tuners and a Floyd Rose Special bridge.
The MH-400NT Violet Pearl Fade Metallic is a non-tremolo version of the above model, with neck-thru-body design, Grover tuners and a TOM bridge with string-thru-body functionality.
The Viper-400 Pinkberry Fade Metallic is a set-neck design at 24.75” scale with a mahogany body and three-piece mahogany neck. Features include Grover tuners and a set of Seymour Duncan’s vintage-voiced ’59 (neck) and hot-rodded JB (bridge) pickups.
The EC-400, H-400, M-400 and Viper-400 are available for $749. The MH-400NT sells for $799, while the MH-400FR is offered for $849.
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