They do. There are two models. The Horizon-FR (I,II) and Horizon NT (I,II). Unfortunately, these models aren't available in the US (except the NT II). You can sheck out the various models at www.espguitars.co.jp/oversea.fettouhi said:I would have one their Horizons if it came with a trem .
Cool, but it is with their pointy headstock .Kamikaze_1 said:
the Skulls and Snakes looks awesome. I've always wanted to at least see it but it's never been in any stores. One of the sexiest ESP guitars is one of Kirk Hammett's original KH-4s. The pickguard is so beautiful. check out pictures here:JiMoSiTY said:I've got the following ESPs...
ESP Kamikaze IV Custom Shop Limited Edition (the neon green one)
ESP Serpent (black and white)
ESP Serpent II (black and tan with reverse body - RARE!)
ESP Skulls & Snakes Custom Shop Limited Edition
...and then the LTDs
ESP LTD GL-500 Sunburst Tiger
So, the majority of mine are George Lynch series.
I used to play the Skulls & Snakes and the Serpent has been played a lot too, but they mostly just sit in their cases these days.
I changed the strings on the Serpent II once and plugged it in for about 5 minutes, then it went back in it's case. Far too rare to play.
I've had many other ESPs over the years and they are INCREDIBLE guitars.
One thing that I'd also like to point out is that the LTD series are good guitars if you do a MAJOR set up on them.
The MH-201 I've got very well may be the best playing guitar I own, but it did take a couple hours to set it up to where it wasn't a turd. Right off the shelf they suck.
(Especially the newer ones that have those terrible pickups).
If you can replace the pickups and do a great set up, they're wonderful guitars.
Some guitars are for playing, some are for collecting.timi_h said:too rare to play? why own it then?