ESP Ninja

Let me start off by saying the ESP Ninja rocks your socks. This sexy Flying ? V with an edge is in a class of it?s own and plays just as well. Designed for Michael Amott of Arch Enemy, it comes in black and has chrome hardware and chrome pick guard.

Some of the features of the awesome guitar include a set neck, 22 frets, 2 volume controls, a 3-way pickup switch, and Seymour Duncan pickups. ?The signature look is complete with the ninja star inlays on the rosewood fretboard and Michael Amott?s Signature on the headstock.

This guitar is lighter than you think being made out of mahogany but before you think about tossing it around on stage, take care not to whack the fin on the head stock and the two fins at the V?s tips.

Though a hard case would be excellent for it, a gig bag will suffice in keeping your Ninja chip-free.

This baby sounds good with an ME ? 50 and a Marshall MG15 CDR.

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Being ideal for melodious solos to hardcore riffs, this guitar really gives a great sound without you having to change it?s tone much.

If you?re about my height, think short, and think that the Ninja is too big, fret not. It?s very comfortable to play and it won?t stress your hands very easily because of it?s shape.

Unlike other V?s, it?s got a relatively good centre of balance and won?t tend to force itself downwards. As such, don?t be afraid to pick up this guitar.