ESP LTD EC-1000T/CTM Snow White B-Stock Special
ESP LTD EC-1000T/CTM Snow White B-Stock Special
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Product Description
With a mahogany body in a creamy white finish and gleaming gold hardware throughout, the ESP LTD EC-1000T CTM Snow White offers great sound, durability, and user-friendliness. The 24.75-inch scale houses 22 extra-jumbo frets on an ebony fingerboard and matching mahogany neck Read More
  • Material, body: Mahogany
  • Material, neck: 3Pc Mahogany
  • Material, fingerboard: Ebony
  • Snow White finish
  • Set-Neck construction
  • 24.75 in scale
  • 42 mm standard nut
  • 22 extra jumbo frets
  • 350 mm fingerboard radius
  • Gold hardware
  • LTD Locking tuners
  • LTD BB-604 w/ String-Thru-Body bridge
  • EMG 60 & EMG 81 pickups
  • Standard strap button
  • Electronics Layout: Vol/Vol/Tone/Toggle Switch

Domestic orders will be shipped by Drop.

Estimated ship date is Dec 15, 2015 PT.

After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.

Recent Activity
In case this comes back around or people are looking for info on similar drops for B-stock ESP guitars/basses: My guitar came ~5 days ago and I'm so incredibly happy with it! It really is a beautiful instrument and has great sound/playability. I've played bass for 9 years but have never owned a 'regular' guitar; figured it was about time! I knew I didn't want an entry-level instrument and figured that a $500 budget seemed reasonable based on my experiences with bass. This drop makes me feel like I was able to buy an instrument 'one tier higher' in quality than my budget allowed, which is great! I won't even have to consider replacing this guitar for a long while. In terms of the B-stock quality, my instrument's only flaw appears to be a tiny scratch next to the pickup selector switch. It's incredibly hard to notice - took me a couple times looking over the whole instrument to find it. I guess there are also a couple tiny black specks on the back of the finish? But those could just be dirt or something from shipping. But those are a total non-issue. Obviously I can't guarantee the condition that other B-stock instruments would be in, but based on my experience, this drop was amazing! A picture of the tiny scratch, which seems to be the only thing qualifying this instrument as B-stock: My new girl, in all her glory (yes that is a bass amp... any good amp drops coming up?):