Metallica’s James Hetfield, who began using their guitars extensively in … era and it’s the Explorer that inspired most of Hetfield’s ESP guitars.
Electric Sound Products, more widely advertise guitarists as ESP, began humbly enough in Tokyo, Japan in 1975, the company increased its reputation for high quality guitar parts replacement and custom components, but it didn ‘t take long for ESP to start developing their own instruments. Enter the American guitar market a few years after its creation, they began building custom guitars for the likes of Vinnie Vincent and Bruce Kulick. By the 80s, built their hand axes have begun to attract the attention of the top players of Ron Wood for most mills the horse Vague 80s metal.
James Hetfield of Metallica, who began using their guitars in detail in the late 80s while in the twilight of the era thrash metal band, often defended the quality, playability and tone of ESP. And in the years that followed, Esp Explorer James Hetfield has produced a plethora of signature models Hetfield. But their latest offering, the Snakebyte, merges into one single instrument with a key and the character of its own.