Shop Japan. We ship worldwide, bringing Japan directly to you.

[Versailles HIZAKI] ESP Maiden

[Versailles HIZAKI] ESP Maiden
Buy it and earn 5097 points! About Points
$ 4,489.97 (¥ 509,760)
Actual price may vary according to exchange rates.
Payment will be charged in yen
Please select options before adding to cart.
Payment Methods: Details
Credit Card

Product Information

ESP Maiden
Aesthetic pursued extremes to Versailles in view of the world, in Japan and overseas aggressively. Guitarist, was unveiled in July this year at the C.C.Lemon Hall at two original models already being modeled, and will be on general sale.
HIZAKI model Maiden at the Caparison of 3-piece hard maple, alder is wing material. Honduras rosewood fingerboard is 12 fret after scallop processing. Playability for the position of the neck thickness and shape control, turned same and HORIZON-III were used. Rose's body is the greatest feature uses the gold lame, is depicted. Pick a Seymour Duncan SH-1n The ' with a combination of 59 and TB-5 Custom. The bridge is a Floyd Rose. Control configuration is simple (raise and will coil split) master volume, master tone and pickup selector.
BODY Alder
NECK Hard Maple 3 p
FINGERBOARD Honduras Rosewood/24 frets (12-24 frets Scalloped)
SCALE 648 mm
JOINT Neck-thru-body
FRONT PU Seymour Duncan SH-1n
REAR PU Seymour Duncan TB-5
BRIDGE Floyd Rose
CONTROL (W / Coil Split Switch) Master Volume, Master Tone, Mini Toggle PU Selector
COLOR Rose
with SOFT CASE
This item will be about 4-5 months and delivery. We will inform by email received your order detail, customer, so please check the mail.
* Approval of the book authorised conditions and payment in advance.

Recently Viewed Products

See All >

Payment Methods

Available Payment Methods

  • Credit Card
×

Not available for Overseas shipping

This product cannot be shipped to Us United States from the store.

Please contact the store for further information.

×

Delivery Rates : EMS (International Express Mail Service)

Ship to
Shipping Option
Note: Exchange rates are for reference only.
Back to Top