What a great guitar and what a great colour!            Made at their factory in Japan, these ESP E-II guitars (previously the “ESP Standard”) look fantastic and come in a range of finishes including this one in Purple Sparkle. For around £2000 you get a professional quality guitar...

Can a £200 electric sound good? Oh yes!              Even with everything going up nowadays you can still bag a great electric guitar for around £200. With modern manufacturing, global supply of components and effective quality control a £200 electric guitar is no longer a bit...

Good news for all you lefties out there (all 12% or 924 million of you) ESP is launching a load of left-handed models. Why makers don't or refuse to do left-handed models is beyond us but at least ESP have a great selection available. It may be a little while before...

ESP Company Limited based out of California, is a Japanese manufacturer of electric guitars and basses. In 1975 Hisatake Shibuya opened a shop called Electric Sound Products (ESP) in Tokyo. It provided custom replacement parts for guitars. In 1976 ESP gained a reputation as a provider of high-quality replacement parts. At...

ESP Company Limited based out of California, is a Japanese manufacturer of electric guitars and basses. In 1975 Hisatake Shibuya opened a shop called Electric Sound Products (ESP) in Tokyo. It provided custom replacement parts for guitars. In 1976 ESP gained a reputation as a provider of high-quality replacement parts. At...