The LTD MH-1000 Evertune Candy Apple Red Satin is part of the LTD 1000 series. Guitars in the LTD 1000 Series are designed to offer the tone, feel, looks, and quality that working professional musicians need in an instrument. The MH-1000 EverTune delivers the incredible power of the EverTune constant tension bridge system to the MH-1000 range, allowing your guitar to remain in perfect tune, and perfect intonation up and down the neck, in nearly any conceivable environment.

This guitar offers set-thru construction for easy access to the highest frets, using an arched mahogany body with maple cap, and a three-piece maple neck with compound radius for maximum speed and comfort. Black binding on its body, neck, and headstock complements its black hardware scheme. The MH-1000 EverTune offers a Macassar ebony fingerboard with 24 extra-jumbo stainless steel frets and offset white pearloid block inlays. Components include Grover tuners and a set of direct-mount Fishman Fluence Modern Humbuckers (alnico in the neck position, ceramic in the bridge), with a push-pull control to activate each pickup’s second voicing.

The EverTune bridge is an all mechanical bridge system that keeps the guitar’s strings in-tune indefinitely by using a combination of springs, levers and some mathematics, which create constant tension on every string, all while still allowing for expressive playing including vibrato and string bending. The EverTune supports any desired tuning and is a perfect solution for song writing, recording and touring where a guitarists needs to rely on unwavering tuning stability and great intonation across the neck.

ESP Company, Limited is a Japanese guitar manufacturer, primarily focused on the production of electric guitars and basses. They are based in both Tokyo, Japan and Los Angeles, California, United States, with two distinct product lines for each respective market. ESP Company manufactures instruments under several names, including “ESP Standard”, “ESP Custom Shop”, “LTD Guitars and Basses”, “Navigator”, “Edwards Guitar and Basses”, and “Grassroots”.