ESP AX

ESP AX

The ESP AX series is a series of electric guitars produced by ESP.

The AX Series is produced in LTD in the United States and Europe.

Notable users of models in the AX Series include Makro of Samael, Peter Scheithauer of Temple of Brutality, and Robb Flynn of Machine Head.

The design of the guitars in the AX Series is similar to that of the B.C. Rich Warlock. All of the AX guitars feature a string-thru body with a Tune-O-Matic Bridge. All of them also feature one volume and one tone control knob with a 3-way toggle with a pickup formation of H-H.

The series began in 2003 with only the AX-350. In 2005, the AX-350 was discontinued and was replaced with the AX-400, AX-250, and the AX-50. The AX-250 is very similar to the AX-350 except that it is made with bolt-on neck construction instead of neck-thru like its predecessor and the pickups are not EMG HZs but instead are EMG-ESP LH-300's.

ESP LTD AX-400

The AX-400 features set-in neck construction in a 25.5" scale. The fingerboard features a custom tribal inlay. It has 24 extra jumbo frets and an Earvana compensated nut. It comes in black with black hardware and white binding on the neck.

ESP LTD AX-260

The AX-260 features neck-thru construction in a 25.5" scale. The fingerboard features a custom tribal inlay. It has 24 extra jumbo frets. It comes in black with black hardware.

ESP LTD AX-50

The AX-50 features bolt-on neck construction in a 25.5" scale. The fingerboard features dot inlays with the model name on the 12th fret. It has 24 extra jumbo frets. It comes in silver satin and black satin with black hardware.

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