ESP Eclipse Guitars

If you’re looking for a sleek, modern alternative to the classic singlecut guitar; an ESP Eclipse is the perfect choice.

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ESP Eclipse Guitars

ESP/LTD Eclipse guitars closely adhere to the traditional LP-style design. Typically featuring Mahogany bodies and necks, these instruments project rich tones with plenty of low-end depth. With most models made with a set-neck construction too; these electric guitars sustain incredibly well. Although a lot of ESP Eclipse models come in stealthy matte black finishes, many also come with gorgeous Flamed or Quilted Maple tops for that premium look.

Instruments from the ESP Eclipse range are particularly popular with metal players, as they typically feature high-output EMG or Seymour Duncan pickups. Their powerful humbuckers are able to handle copious amounts of gain should you wish, but are versatile enough to produce crystal-clear tones with clean amp settings.

Certain ESP and LTD Eclipse guitars also come equipped with high-end, aftermarket hardware appointments. For example, selected models feature Evertune bridges that, as their name suggests, never go out of tune. Other models also come fitted with Floyd Rose double-locking tremolo systems, if crazy whammy bar acrobatics are your thing!

ESP Eclipse Guitars FAQs

What is an ESP Eclipse Guitar?

ESP Eclipse guitars are sleek, single cut instruments, with a design similar to traditional LP models. Most feature a mahogany body/neck and high-output Seymour Duncan or EMG pickups. These guitars are extremely popular with metal players.

Who plays ESP Eclipse Guitars?

Bill Kelliher (Mastodon), James Hetfield (Metallica) and Will Adler (Lamb of God) are just some of the heavyweight musicians who've collaborated with ESP on a signature Eclipse model. Each continues to use the instrument.

Are ESP guitars made in the USA?

Their more affordable guitars are manufactured in the Far East (yet are still of an excellent quality). Their premium models are made in their US or Japan factories.