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Here for sale is an awesome guitar. Reason for sale: i just bought a new acoustic and cant afford to keep 3 electric guitars anymore, so the ESP has to go. Gutted. Well heres what ESP have to say on the beast

The ESP Guitars FX 400 SM 6-String Electric Guitar, Natural Satin. Rocking, radically styled electric with a set neck, powerful active EMG pickups and pro hardware.

The ESP Guitars FX 400 SM solid body electric guitar is professionally equipped with an eyegrabbing, spalted maple top design. The ESP Ltd Standard Series FX-400 NS is loaded with an EMG 81 pickup in the bridge position and an EMG 60 pickup for the neck, a wonderful pickup combination for metal and rock tones. The comfortable, thin U-shaped, 5 piece mahogany/maple set neck with a rosewood fingerboard on a mahogany body provides superb resonance and sustain for the EMG's to belt out rich rhythm and searing solo tones, perfect for metal and rock. The ESP Guitars Ltd FX400 NS has a 24.75 inch scale for easy note bending and the upper frets are easily reached with the edgy, radical design. Other features include abalone dot inlays, Grover tuners, Tune-o-matic bridge w/ Stop Tailpiece and Toggle / Vol / Tone controls. The hardware works well, with an Earvana Compensated Nut, ensuring reliable, long-term tuning across the note range. An affordable, pro-quality, hard-working performers guitar with versatile tones and luxurious visual aggression.

The main features of the ESP Guitars FX 400 SM include:

Rocking, radically styled electric with a set neck, powerful active EMG pickups and pro hardware
Construction / Scale: Set Neck / 24.75 inch
Body: Mahogany w/ Spalted Maple Top
Neck / Fingerboard: 5-Pc. Mahogany-Maple / Rosewood
Nut Type / Width: Earvana Compensated / 42mm
Neck Shape: Thin U
Inlays: Abalone Dots
Frets: 22 XJ
Binding: None
Hardware: Black Nickel
Tuners: Grover
Bridge / Tailpiece: Tune-o-matic w/ Stop Tailpiece
Pickups: EMG 81 (B) / 60 (N) Active
Electronics: Toggle / Vol / Tone

Well, overall the guitar is in great condition, there are a couple of nicks which can be expected for an explorer type guitar. There is one nick on the back near the input jack and one on the side near it too. The sale will include the hard case (which was £60 on its own), and i'll throw in a couple of packs of beefy slinky's so really you will get a bargain here. i can post or you can come pick her up. Pics:

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I want £350 posted in the uk.

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oh yeh, i might take part exchange if you have any cool effects pedals or a fishman rare earth pickup.
 
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