ESP USA HDX-I Demo by Jack Fliegler

Guitarist Jack Fliegler of Arizona-based technical metal band Singularity — also known to thousands on YouTube and social media as ToxicxEternity — rips it up on the ESP USA HDX-I, doing a killer cover of "The Wings of a Boy that Killed Adolescence" by Kow Otani. The latest addition to the ESP USA Series, the USA HDX-I is based on the design of the original ESP Horizon-III with its extended upper horn and shortened and scooped lower horn, but adds a flat-top body designed for streamlined, high-performance guitar playing. This guitar uses sturdy bolt-on construction at 25.5” scale for snappy response, with a dense and resonant swamp ash body and a three-piece extra-thin u-shaped maple neck. The USA HDX-I also features a Richlite fingerboard, an outstanding material being used in the world’s highest-end custom-crafted guitars. Richlite is ultra smooth, flawless, and stable, and is fully resistant to warping, expansion, and contraction, even in the harshest weather changes. Components on the USA HDX-I include a Hipshot hardtail bridge with string thru body, Gotoh Magnum Lock tuners, Dunlop Straplok buttons, and a bone nut. A single premium-quality direct-mounted pickup is being offered in this guitar; the Custom 14 is a new custom hand-wound pickup designed exclusively for ESP by Seymour Duncan. The flexible and dynamic Custom 14 pickup offers everything you need from clean, chimey tones to sizzling rock, classic metal, and hardcore tones… and the most crushing modern chugging and articulate, angular rhythm lines you ever hoped for. A push-pull control on the volume knob splits this pickup to the most wide-ranging single coil bridge territory we've ever offered. The USA HDX-I includes an ESP form-fit hardshell case and an official Certificate of Authenticity from ESP.

Rob D.

Dear ESP, I wish my H3 had an arm contour like this. You have hit the arm bevel out the park, perfecto. Well done...