[quote:c1385c2932="danjcorbett"]I wish I was right handed, and I'd definately take that p-bass! :(
Why are you taking the ESP over the Fender or Warwick out of interest? I'd have both over it! Personal opinion I guess!!
Good luck with getting them sold!
I do like Warwick basses, they are amazing ,actually, i prefer my Warwick to Spector. But Streamer Stage 2 is my dream bass, i will definitely upgrade my Warwick one day when i had enough budget. That's why i choose my Spector, it's also an amazing bass^_^
I can see why you are confused. A lot of people relate ESP bass to metal bass. Yep, maybe, for the European and American markets.
This ESP is for japanese market, only available from the ESP dealer in Japan. ESP Japan has its own Original line and Edwars line that are different from ESP Standard line and LTD, all of the original line basses are quite versatile and of high quality, sure, high price. Edwards, just like LTD, but made in the factory of Original line
This one is a signature mode for a famous japanese bassist, it is based on an ESP jazz bass (Which is called: Amaze)
I used to live in Japan, i can guarantee you that the ESP Original line is amazing. Some of the high-end model like ESP Amaze CTM has the similar quality of a Sadowsky NYC! It will be fun to travel to Japan and buy some high quality japanese basses like Navigator (a special ESP custom shop which only copy the vintage bass model), ESP Japan (the Original line and Edwards line), Atelier Z (Oriental Sadowsky), Bacchus (Hand made Japanese bass), killer (Low price, decent quality) Ibanez Prestige, Sadowsky TYO or perhaps Fender Japan~(there are always special models for Japanese market)