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ESP Horizon Floyd
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STC-Shaped Guitar from ESP belonging to the Horizon series.

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  • skull73skull73

    ESP Horizon FloydPublished on 11/25/05 at 04:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Origin of Japan 1988
    A simple ESP ESP double a hot rails
    ESP lic. Floyd
    2 vols. A tone. switch 3 pos.

    UTILIZATION

    The super is pleasant
    easy access of the acute
    a lightweight form a pleasant (al epoque j had the ESP tests and heavy JACKSON)
    the sound is good and ESP.

    SOUNDS

    For the style I was playing so the must al epoque
    today it is happening everywhere but with distortion effect is ESP.

    OVERALL OPINION

    J bought the ESP HORIZON series in September 1988
    8500fr to fly just after the tests have to show to music
    jai and test a lot of guitars but always in his heavy metal.
    this is my first real guitar before I played on a home with a double …
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    Origin of Japan 1988
    A simple ESP ESP double a hot rails
    ESP lic. Floyd
    2 vols. A tone. switch 3 pos.

    UTILIZATION

    The super is pleasant
    easy access of the acute
    a lightweight form a pleasant (al epoque j had the ESP tests and heavy JACKSON)
    the sound is good and ESP.

    SOUNDS

    For the style I was playing so the must al epoque
    today it is happening everywhere but with distortion effect is ESP.

    OVERALL OPINION

    J bought the ESP HORIZON series in September 1988
    8500fr to fly just after the tests have to show to music
    jai and test a lot of guitars but always in his heavy metal.
    this is my first real guitar before I played on a home with a double
    that I have encore.si I had to do it again in your opinion !!!!!!!!
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