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ESP Japan Guitar Neck Plate & Screws F Horizon M1 M2 Mirage Vintage Plus Chrome

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Pushead and I are here to help verify ESP and LTD guitars. If you have, or are looking to buy a guitar that you're unsure of, post pictures and questions in this thread. Please post clear pictures of the front and back of the headstock, the fretboard, and the front and back of the body. Preferably before you buy anything.

Anyone else is free to offer suggestions on authenticity. If you answer a post, please tell us why you think it's real or fake.

RZK and I will also take possession of any actual ESPs, that you don't want anymore, for a minimal fee.

Yes, it is genuine, and thank you for using my thread. 

Buy it. Those '90s ESPs are the best, IMO.

I have a LTD MH 301 that I think may be fake

Says made in Korea but the Serial # starts with E

Dont Korean LTD start with W?

The sperzel locking tuners are legit as are the EMG 89's 

The bridge says under licesence from Floyd Rose 

That headstock is definitely wonky. I'd say your suspicions are correct.

From what I can see, someone replaced the tuners. That's why that isn't a good way to tell.




I'd say it's legit.  This is my MH-301 from the early 2000s.  The headstocks were all a bit larger on the LTDs for whatever reason.  The Sperzels and EMGs were after market.  The stock bridge (on mine) was pretty garbage.  (So were the EMG HZ pickups that were in it.)

Hello gentleman, I am trying to validate an ESP EX-50 diamond plated explorer that has no serial numbers on the back of the headstock, or the bolt on neck plate. A guy that lives close to me thinks it is fake, and he's trying to get rid of it. If I can send pictures via email, would help? Anything would be greatly appreciated. 

Well...

I suspect it was a legit EX-50.  I don't recall an EX-50 coming with a diamond plate as standard, and the 351 (or whatever) had a different style plate.

My best guess (from the small photos) is that it was refinished, and had a third control (another volume?) and the diamond plate added.  Since he painted over the logo and serial number, he bought pretty bad logos off ebay and attached them to the guitar.

The hardware, electronics, neck plate and covers all look legit (again small photos), as does the inlay on the fretboard.

I hope he didn't pay much for it.  Even with "custom" work done, it shouldn't be above $200.  Maybe a touch more with a case.  But depending on how it looks up close, I'd probably stick in the low to mid $100s.

I appreciate the help sir. He said he only has $125 in the guitar, and it caught my eye. So it's a legit guitar that's been refinished? I don't understand how the serial numbers could be covered up like that and why someone would change the guitar completely? He also mentioned that the front ESP logo on the headstock was actually inflated into the wood, so it is real. But would it be worth picking up? 

I assume the guitar has been painted.  The ESP logo etched into the wood?  Any chance you can get a better photo of the logos?

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ESP SERIAL NUMBERS - Guitars Collector


Unfortunally ESP didn't keep good records of old serial numbers. Many records have been lost during years and most of all were destroyed in a fire accident on late '90s in ESP Japan factory.  For old guitars we can only know the exact data reading the ESP warranty card (when there is), or unscrewing the neck (if the neck is bolt on) and read under it becuse probably theres the data write on pencil). I keep record of this data in order to try to deduce other correspondences. ESP Guitar Company says: "Unfortunately the factories at ESP Japan have not kept a consistent and sensible serial number tracking system in place over the years. This has resulted in alot of confusion, and ... you may still come across the occasional serial number that may conflict with, or doesn't fall under any of the listed categories. For this we apologize, and we are working to maintain a more consistent system going forward. The PRE-2015 system doesn't apply to early ESP's, some of which had no serial number tracking system at all and used random numbers. Thanks for your understanding."

NOTES ON SERIAL NUMBERS:

- Many custom orders or first new model made did not have any serial number.
- The circle logo "ESP CUSTOM GUITARS" on the back of the headstock is not a typical feature on ESP guitars made for the Japanese market and custom order.
- Serials from 1990 to 1996 are written in a sort of "Times New Roman" font, otherwise are in a sort of "Arial" font.
- For the special/custom order guitars the description on this website are based on the "standard set" (specs, color, construction and hardware can vary).
- The truss rod cover change from rectangular with white edges and bell with white edges to black bullet style in 1993.
- some of the ESPs have black hardware in North America and Black Nickel hardware elsewhere. It all began a few years ago with the EU and a thing called the RoHS (Regulation of Hazardous Materials) and Gotoh in Japan basically changed their production to ensure they didn’t lose the European market, and that being manufacturers who shipped to Europe, which is most everyone. They changed pretty much everything for the “export” market, and export to most makers means anything but US. Kind of a long story. They have a way of producing black again now so expect it to all go back to the way most of us prefer over time.
---------- Before year 2000 ----------
REVEALED BY GUITARSCOLLECTORS in 2014!!!
(esp
was unaware of how it works)
7 or 8 DIGITS stamped in the back of the headstock:
DD= day of the month (01 to 31)
MM
= month (01 to 12)
Y= last digit of the year (ex: 1992 = 2)
NNN = production number 000 to 999 resetted every year
EXAMPLE: the code of my MX-250 25023072 means the manufacturing date is 25.02.1993 and it was the 72nd guitar producted that year.

NOTES:

- year "7" can be 1987 or 1997, "8" can be 1988 or 1998, "9" can be 1989 or 1999! You have to look at the models in production that year.

- sometimes in old guitars (80s early 90s) 1st and/or 3rd digit is missing when is "0" and the result is serials with 6 or 7 digits (ex. 3038467 or 338467 → means 03.03.1988 number 467)

- lot of old esp's does not have any serial on the back of the headstock. If you are lucky you can find a serial written on pencil where the body is bolted to the neck (or in the neck also) or in one of the pickup cavities.

SERIAL UNDER PICKUPS:

Y= last digit of the year (ex: 1992 = 2)

For example my MX-220 have serial "#80129" that means was made the 08-1991 number 29)

5 DIGITS punched in the bolt plate (for the bolt on versions).
NOTE:Follow this reference may not be accurate because probably they printed a certain number of plates and then put on guitars in a random manner, without noticing consecutive numeration. This is the reason why we can easilu find guitars with the bolt plate referring to a year or two before or after respect the serial printed on the back of the headstock. To have an exact dating of this guitars you have to unscrew the neck and look at the date could be written below.
1988 -
1989 - 592XX
1990 -
1991 -
1992 - 601XX --> 618XX
1993 - 619XX --> 912XX
1994 - 166XX --> 183XX
1995 - 191XX --> 244XX
1996 - 257XX --> 261XX
1997 - 273XX --> 294XX
1998 - 301XX --> 357XX
1999 - 339XX --> 369XX
2000 - 379XX --> 387XX
2001 - 388XX --> 416XX
2002 - 402XX
2003 - 4170X
from 2004 - NO SERIAL punched on the bolt plate
---------- From 2000 to 2015 ----------

8 DIGITS stamped in the back of the headstock:
PP = place of manufacture:

K = ESP Kiso Factory (Japan) / set-neck and neck-thru only;

S = ESP Sado Factory (Japan) / bolt-on only;

T = ESP Takada Factory (Japan) / ESP Custom Shop

SS = ESP Standard Factory / Signature Series or Standard Series

CH = Craft House

CS = Craft House (used rarely)

TH = Technical House

N = Nagano Factory

YY = last two digits of the year
WW = week of the year (max.52)
D = day of that week: 1 = monday, 2 = tuesday,... (max.7)
NN = number off the line that day (max.99)
EXAMPLES:

- K0604202 means the manufacturing date is 24.01.2006 and it was the 2nd guitar built that day in Kiso Factory.

- K1507501 means the manufacturing date is 13.02.2015 and it was the 1st guitar built that day in Kiso Factory.

---------- from late 2015 to today ----------
8 DIGITS stamped in the back of the headstock:
B = Brand designation prefix:
YY = last two digits of the year
2 - Original Series and Signatures Series (i.e. guitars produced by the Custom Shop that are production models)
EXAMPLE: E3360192 means is an ESP E-II Series manufactured in 2019 and his production number is 3601.
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There are plenty of reasons why someone might want to replace the neck plate on their guitar. But firstly, let’s talk about neck plates. You can find them on guitars that use screws to connect the neck to the body, and it is exclusive for these models.

Usually, Stratocasters will have them (and guitars that are inspired by Strats) and probably everything that comes from Fender including Telecasters, Jaguars, Jazzmasters, and so on. The neck plate will hold the screws in one place, and it will prevent the screw from damaging the neck. 

You can find many different types of plates on the market, and some can be quite incredible. Naturally, the only thing you need to worry about is the dimensions, materials used, and the number of screws. You should get the same size as it’s on your guitar, and you can experiment with the design as much as you like. It is a nice way to “upgrade” your guitar or replace the damaged neck plate. 

Fender F Neck Plate Chrome

Fender F Neckplate Chrome
Fender F Neckplate Chrome
  • '70s 'F' Style Neck Plate Chrome
  • Genuine Fender '70s 'F' Style Neck Plate will renew your axe and keep it...
  • Genuine Fender '70s 'F' Style Neck Plate will renew your axe and keep it...
  • Chrome
  • Steel
  • Ambidextrous
  • Engraved
  • Four screws
  • “F” design
  • Screws included

The first one on the list is for those who enjoy older models of Strat. The design of the plate is quite simple, and there is a well-known F from Fender logo engraved on it. Of course, the plate is simple, the color is chrome, and it’s made of steel. You can use it on older Stratocasters, and it works for both right-handed and left-handed guitars. 

Keep in mind that newer Stratocasters have different plates since they are curved, and if you own a newer model, this one might not fit. Other than that, the plate should be perfect for any model of Fender, and it is 2” front to back and 1.5” side to side. Naturally, this is the distance between the holes (or centers of it). The entire size of the plate is 2 x 2.5 inches. It is an excellent option for anyone who wants to keep it simple and stick to the vintage design. 

Custom Engraved or Printed Guitar Neck Plate

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Standard 4 Bolt"Custom Built" Engraved or Printed Guitar Neck Plate -...
  • Custom Neck Plate with LazrArt's proprietary designs. Two designs are...
  • Use the CUSTOMIZE NOW button to choose the design and color you want
  • Standard Fender Size: 2 x 2.5 inches with screw holes 1.5" and 2" apart...
  • Engraving appears as a rich brown color on the gold and chrome neck plates;...
  • Four designs
  • Engraved or printed
  • Four screws
  • Chrome, gold, or black
  • Four screws
  • Plastic mounting plate

This one is a bit different, and you won’t find it on stock Fenders. Keep in mind that companies that followed in Fender’s footsteps will also use neck plates like Schecter, Ibanez, Charvel, Jackson, and others. Each of these plates is inspired by Fender’s Custom Shop, and you will be able to choose between four designs. 

They either have the vintage Fender logo or the “F” as with the previous model. If you enjoy customizing your guitars, getting a “custom-built” plate might be just the right thing for you. It is a bit different than what you would expect from a Strat, but it gives you an option to create something unique and beautiful. 

Greenten Neck Plate

  • Black
  • Jack included
  • Screws included
  • String tree guide included
  • Simplistic design
  • Standard dimensions

If you are looking to replace more than just your neck plate, this might be a perfect deal for you. In this package, you will receive a jack socket plate, string tree guides (two), and a neck plate. Everything comes in black color, and all screws are included in the package, including those for string guides. 

While the overall design is quite simple, you still get a chance to replace your hardware. Of course, you can always engrave it if you feel like it, but even if you didn’t it will still look great. The plate has a standard design, which means that it will be able to fit the majority of Fender guitars. 

IANZHENKEJI Neck Plate 

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  • Chrome, black, or gold
  • Standard size
  • Screws included
  • Plastic plate
  • No engraving

While this might seem like a less exciting version of the standard plate, it can still be an excellent choice for many players. Firstly, those that don’t care about neck plates will get a quick replacement, and that’s it. But the primary advantage of this model is that you can engrave it yourself and make something unique. 

The design of the plate is fairly simple, and it also comes with a plastic protective plate. This way, the metal won’t get in touch with the neck since the plastic will serve as protection. All things considered, this is a great option for anyone who is looking to get a cheap plate and engrave it themselves. 

Fender Standard Neck Plate

Fender Standard Guitar Neck Plate
Fender Standard Guitar Neck Plate
  • Standard Guitar Neck Plate
  • Genuine Fender 4-hole chrome neckplate with a tilt adjustment hole
  • The neck plate features "Fender Corona, California" engraved
  • Includes 4 mounting screws
  • Standard
  • Four screws
  • Chrome
  • Engraved
  • Tilt adjustment hole
  • Original Fender plate

This one is standard for many Stratocasters out there. The design is simple, there is a modern Fender logo, and that famous “Corona, California” engraving. If you are looking to replace the neck plate on your guitar, this is an excellent choice. Of course, it still works great if you are looking for an upgrade. 

One of the additions you can find here is the tilt adjustment hole. It is the fifth hole on the plate, and it remains uncovered so you can see the thread for the Allen wrench underneath it. The idea behind it is to adjust the angle of the neck with ease without removing the strings. All you need is a couple of hex keys, and you can tilt the neck in a few simple steps. If you own a guitar that allows you to do this, you’ll need to buy a plate with the exposed thread to avoid removing the plate if you need to adjust the guitar. 

Axlizer Curved Neck Plate

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AXLIZER 1 SET Electric Guitar Neck Plate Curved Cutaway Semi Round...
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  • Simple and beautiful, use this neck plate to make the guitar stand out. The...
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  • Black
  • Four screws
  • Curved
  • Works with bass guitars
  • Durable

Now, this model is a bit different compared to the previous ones, and it is designed for guitars with curved neck plates. Some of the newer series of Fender have a curvature to allow easier playing (especially on higher frets), and this is a plate you need to check out if you have a similar guitar. 

Other than that, the model is fairly simple, and it has four screws which are included in the package. The color of the plate is black, and you can even install it in some bass guitars. Needless to say, if you own a guitar that uses the standard rectangular plate, this one won’t fit. 

LazrArt Engraved Neck Plate

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Engraved guitar neck plate with Custom Built logo - choose Color,...
  • We take a brand new, blank neck plate and laser engrave the Brand Name,...
  • Neck plates are standard 4-bolt size: 2" x 2.5" with screw holes at 1.5"...
  • Engraving colors are shown in the main photo. The engraving is permanent,
  • Click on CUSTOMIZE NOW to choose color, brand, model, and serial number
  • Various colors
  • Customizable
  • Engraved
  • With plastic protection
  • Standard size
  • Four screws
  • Unique

Players who enjoy customizing instruments will adore this version. You can contact LazrArt and choose nearly anything regarding the neck plate. There is an option to pick a color, engraving, and even add a serial number. It is also great for those who make the entire guitar by themselves since they can add a number to it. 

You can also pick a brand if you want to have a unique Fender neck plate, and these plates come in standard size which is 2×2.5 inches with screw holes at 1.5 and 2 inches on center. It is not often that you find a company that offers this level of customization, and you might want to check it out. 

Jackson Tribute Neck Plate

  • Custom
  • Engraved
  • Four screws
  • Different colors
  • Standard size
  • Plastic mounting plate
  • Screws based on the color of the plate

Since I talked a lot about Stratocasters and Telecasters, some players want something else. And this includes other models with bolt-on necks. I already mentioned that Ibanez, Schecter, Charvel, Jackson, and others use the same type of neck plate, and this might be exciting for you if you own a Jackson. 

This is another type of neck plate that is designed by LazrArt, and it follows the same idea as the previous model. You can choose a color, design, serial number, material, and so on. The neck plates are durable, look great, and you will be satisfied if you decide to buy this model. It is worth mentioning that each version comes with its own set of screws, which means that if you go for a gold model, you will get gold screws. 

Custom Built Neck Plate

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"Custom Built" Engraved Guitar Neck Plate - Standard 4 Bolt Style -...
  • Custom Engraved Neck Plate with LazrArt's proprietary design with unique...
  • Use the CUSTOMIZE NOW button to choose the color you want
  • Standard Fender Size: 2 x 2.5 inches with screw holes 1.5" and 2" apart...
  • Engraving appears as a rich brown color on the gold and chrome neck plates;...
  • Chrome
  • Different colors
  • Custom built engraving
  • Standard size
  • Four screws
  • Plastic mounting plate

If you are looking for a simplistic approach, Custom Built neck plates might be the right choice for you. This model comes in three different colors, and you can pick between black, silver, and gold. Each version has “Custom Built” engraved on it, and it comes with a set of screws. 

As with other models designed by LazrArt, you can select the serial number if you want, and the plates are great. The main difference here is that there aren’t as many options for customization except for the color and serial number on the back. This is an excellent option for players that are looking to get a unique plate without customizing it too much. 

Celtic Cross Neck Plate

  • American 13 gauge steel
  • Black
  • Industrial strength
  • Four screws design
  • Standard size
  • Screws are not included

Now, let’s see something a bit different. While the size and style of the neck plate are standardized, the plate is unique. It offers a unique 3D design that will give your guitar a whole new look. The reason for this is that the Celtic Cross on the plate is not engraved, but cut instead. Naturally, to allow the plate to serve the same purpose, the designer used industrial-strength steel, and it’s more than durable. 

The plate can fit any guitar with a standard plate size, and it even supports models with a hole for tilt neck adjustments. All things considered, this is a perfect model for those who are looking for something different from standard neck plates. 

Mxfans Gold And Black Neck Plate

  • Gold and black
  • Standard size
  • Engraved
  • Four screws
  • High-quality zinc alloy
  • Unique animal pattern
  • Plastic mounting plate

The next model on the list comes from Mxfans, and it offers a different approach. Instead of engravings, you will get an animal head pattern, and the entire plate is a combination of black and gold. Naturally, the size of the plate is standard 2×2.5 inches, and it also comes with a plastic mounting plate and screws. 

Mxfans used high-quality zinc alloy for this plate, and it comes with a manufacturing part number to confirm authenticity. If you like animals and you want to get yourself a different neck plate, this might be something you should check. 

Engraved Dimebag Neck Plate

  • Black
  • Etched engraved
  • Custom
  • Dimebag Darrell
  • Four screws
  • Standard size

If you are a fan of Pantera, this might be a perfect plate for your guitar. The size of the neck plate is standard, there are four holes, and it’s black. What makes it different is that it has a Dimebag etching, which will transform your guitar in no time. 

Obviously, the neck plate is designed for Pantera fans, and those who are unfamiliar with the band might want to skip this one. Dimebag was an influence for many guitarists out there, and it is a nice way to pay your respects to this legendary musician. 

Xtreme Radiation Danger Neck Plate

  • 13 gauge American steel
  • Industrial strength
  • Unique design
  • Four screws
  • Standard size
  • Screws aren’t included

The next one on this list is another treat, and an excellent opportunity to try out something different. This plate doesn’t have the standard rectangular shape, and it is circular instead. Each of the screws is attached to the circle in the middle which represents the radiation danger sign. As with the Celtic Cross model, this design offers a different unique take to the standard neck plates, and it might be perfect for your new project. 

Even if you don’t create a guitar from scratch, you can still use this plate to change the design of your instrument and try out something new and exciting. The distance between holes is the same as with standard plates, which means that they can fit the majority of guitars with bolt-on necks. 

Retro Bolt Neck Plate

  • 13 gauge American steel
  • Industrial strength
  • Unique design
  • Four screws
  • Standard size
  • Screws aren’t included

Another model with a unique design has the same characteristics as the radiation sign and Celtic Cross model. It’s made of industrial-strength steel, and there is a bolt-on on the backside. You might be a fan of the Flash from DC Comics, or you just enjoy how the plate looks. Regardless of your answer, there is no denying that the plate looks great and that it will transform your guitar. 

One of the issues with this model is that it will cover the tilt adjustment hole, and if you have a model with one, this might not be the best option. Needless to say, instruments without the hole will work great with this Retro Bolt plate. 

Custom Engraved Randy Rhoads

  • Chrome
  • Engraved
  • Randy Rhoads
  • Standard size
  • Four screws
  • Durable

Similar to the Dimebag model, this one features Randy Rhoads. Another legendary guitarist that left us too early. Randy served as an inspiration to countless guitarists out there, and no one could forget incredible solos in Mr. Crowley. The design of the plate is quite simple, and it has standard dimensions with four screws. 

On the top of it, there is a beautiful engraving of Randy Rhoads, and it will be a perfect fit if you own his signature model. But even if you didn’t, it is still a nice way to pay respects and upgrade your guitar. The plate can fit nearly every guitar with a bolt-on neck. 

Ouija Board Engraved Neck Plate

  • Beautiful design
  • Standard size
  • Durable
  • Four screws
  • Unique

You might have played with an Ouija board when you were young, and this will bring back some memories. But even if you didn’t it can still be a nice addition to your instrument. The plate itself is fairly standard, with 2 x 2.5 inches dimensions and four screws. The model can fit nearly any guitar, and it looks quite good. 

The entire plate is designed as an Ouija board, and there are all letters and numbers as with the real one. While it might not help you talk to ghosts, it will undoubtedly look good on your instrument.

Anarchy Neck Plate

  • 13 gauge American steel
  • Industrial strength
  • Unique design
  • Four screws
  • Standard size
  • Screws aren’t included
  • Black

Another unique model by Icon Plates, but this time we have the anarchy sign. What is different here is that the dimensions of the plate are identical to standard models. However, instead of engraving, the holes are cut in the plate to create the anarchy sign. 

It is a different approach, but the plate will fit any standard guitar. Keep in mind that it might also cause problems if your guitar has a tilt adjustment hole since the plate might cover it based on the location. The plate looks amazing, it’s well-made, and it’s durable. It will undoubtedly change the way your instrument looks, and add something exciting to it. 

Custom Shop Guitar Neck Plate Christian Dove

  • Unique graphics
  • Four screws
  • Standard size
  • Full color
  • Screws included
  • Chrome plated

This neck plate is designed by AxetremeCreations, and it offers a bit more artistic approach to the neck plates. Instead of etching or engraving, the plate is painted, and it represents a Christian dove. The design of the plate is beautiful, and it would work incredibly well with colorful guitars. 

It is a nice way to enrich the design of the instrument, and the plate has a standard 2 x 2.5 inches size. This means that it will fit Stratocasters, Telecasters, Jazzmasters, Jaguars, and even bass guitars. Of course, I would still recommend you to measure your current neck plate before you go on and buy a new one.

Rose Neck Plate

  • Black
  • 13 gauge American steel
  • Industrial strength
  • Unique design
  • Four screws
  • Standard size
  • Screws aren’t included
  • 3D design

If you are not interested in anarchy, radiation, bolts, and skulls, this doesn’t mean that you are out of options. Here, we have a neck plate with a beautiful rose on it, and it looks amazing. The level of detail on this one is incredible, and it can fit almost any instrument. Needless to say, this is another model by Icon Plates, and there are many other 3D patterns you can find. 

The plate is perfect for people looking for a unique neck plate, and something that will make the guitar look even better. Keep in mind that this one doesn’t come with screws, nor does it support neck tilt adjustment. 

Custom Engraved Neck Plates

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Guitar Neck Plate - Custom Engraved - Choose Design, Color and Serial...
  • We take a brand new, blank neck plate and laser engrave the design of your...
  • Neck plates are standard 4-bolt size: 2" x 2.5" with screw holes at 1.5"...
  • Steel neck plates engrave brown. Aluminum neck plates engrave white. Black...
  • Click on CUSTOMIZE NOW to choose color, design and serial number
  • Custom
  • Different colors
  • Various options
  • Standard size
  • Different materials
  • Four screws

Finally, we have an option for people who don’t like any of the plates I mentioned so far. The answer is fully customizable neck plates. You decide what you want. LazrArt gives you an option to choose different colors, materials, brands, and so on. You can create whatever you like, and the company will design it specifically for you. 

Of course, the plates here have a standard size, but you can probably order something different. Some options also include screws with matching colors, so you won’t need to buy them separately if you want everything to look in a certain way. 

Conclusion

Getting a new neck plate is a nice way to change the appearance of your instrument, even though it won’t be as drastic as some other replacements and upgrades. One of the first things you need to worry about is the size and design of the plate. The majority of guitars with bolt-on necks have four screws, and the distance between them is standardized. 

Of course, if you own a guitar with a curved plate or three screws, you will have significantly fewer options. Based on your taste, you can find models with beautiful designs, colors, and engravings, but you don’t need to stop there. 

Some companies will allow you to order a custom engraving and create something unique and different. Finally, you can always get the original model by Fender that will perfectly fit your guitar.

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Plate esp neck

Just found the original owner? of this ESP Horizon.

He post a FT thread on Harmony Central back in 2009.

I know it's the guitar I put on layaway because it's the same pickups and the same Serial number #30673 as what he posted in the ad.

He calls it a 2001-2002, but the serial dates 1998 per ESP dating site.

Maybe the neck heel has the actual date.

HERE'S HIS AD:

Up for trade is a near Mint ESP Horizon Custom. It is from 2001-2002. Swamp ash body,with maple/rosewood neck. This is a gorgeous guitar and plays amazing. No real fretwear and only one small finish nick on the inside of a horn. Neck is one of the nicest I have played. Has Duncan JB in Bridge and Dimarzio Fred in Neck. Push pull pots on Volume and Tone (not that crappy pots they use today that don't stay in). One is killswitch and the other is a coil split.

Will take some better pics tonight after my nice camera charges.

Had this appraised by a local ESP shop here for $1100; which matches what I can find in the Blue Book so trade valume in that range.

Looking for PRS (not SE), Gibson LP/SG Standard, ESP Guitars, High End US Fenders, etc. No V's

Let me know what you got!

These are his pics from the ad

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Here's where he posts about the Serial number:

Agreed. Why I listed as a Horizon Custom :):thu: This one has stamped ESP CUSTOM GUITARS. Serial is 30673.

This is from the pic that the pawnshop sent me of the neck plate

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I just thought this was so cool that I found this same guitar 10 yrs later.

I have not idea where the seller's from or how this guitar got to Texas.

Just thought this was something to share.
Sours: http://www.guitargearforum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=46554
大村孝佳 plays ESP SNAPPER Artist Signature Models【デジマート・マガジン特集】

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