The 10 Wildest ESP Guitars

The 10 Wildest ESP Guitars

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The 10 Wildest ESP Guitars

From their origins in the mid- ‘70s as a parts manufacturer to today, Tokyo-based ESP has churned out a massive variety of guitars and basses.

Along the way, the company has made some truly mind-bending instruments catering to a massive roster of signature artists and novice metal-heads alike.

For this gallery, we scoured the site for the coolest, wildest and most impressive ESP guitars currently listed on reverb.com.

1. ESP Random Star “Ash in the Sky” ($5,300)

ESP Random Star “Ash in the Sky” ($5,300)

2. ESP Will Adler Warbird Dist “Lamb of God” ($7,100)

3. ESP Baby Metal Mini-Arrow ($1,000)

ESP Baby Metal Mini-Arrow ($1,000)

4. ESP Alexi Wild Scythe Decal Version ($4,800)

ESP Alexi Wild Scythe Decal Version ($4,800)

5. ESP Eternal Descent Loki FX ($1,000)

ESP Eternal Descent Loki FX ($1,000)

6. ESP Angel 1996 Natural Mahogany ($4,100)

ESP Angel 1996 Natural Mahogany ($4,100)

7. ESP FRX Liquid Metal Silver ($2,500)

ESP FRX Liquid Metal Silver ($2,500)

8. ESP Edwards Cloud Guitar Sugizo Signature 1994 White ($900)

ESP Edwards Cloud Guitar Sugizo Signature 1994 White ($900)

9. ESP EX Sharks Custom NAMM Exhibition Model 2008 Sharks ($5,500)

ESP EX Sharks Custom NAMM Exhibition Model 2008 Sharks ($5,500)

10. ESP USA TE-II 2019 Resin ($4,500)

ESP USA TE-II 2019 Resin ($4,500)

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