The signature ESP James Hetfield Iron Cross Electric Guitar is conceived for the competition performance requirements of its namesake. It has a mahogany body with a maple top, distinctive graphics and set-neck construction. Mahogany is a classic ingredient in both slab and multi-wood (or laminated) body. characteristic tone of mahogany is warm and a little soft but well balanced with a good grind and bite. There is usually a good depth to the sound, with complete but not particularly sharp minima, and attractive so high barely sketched. Mahogany has mass and a completely different rigidity with a unique damping factor.
On the neck this esp james hetfield iron cross guitar made of mahogany which a thin U-shaped profile, 24.75 “wide and smooth ebony handle. The combination of materials neck and neck on this guitar is top pairing popular range, the ebony fretboard helps a little tightness, clarity, and definition, compared to mahogany / rosewood neck. A very dense hard wood, ebony makes for a quick attack of the instrument -all things being equal and it offers a serious muscular and powerful, sizzling treble. With a mahogany back contribute some warmth and openness to the infusion, it can be a very attractive match. Ebony also doing very well, and it does not divot under finger pressure years and ropes almost as easily as rosewood done. This guitar has a slim profile U-shaped neck. If compared with the Wizard II neck, Thin U is a little larger than a Wizard II. It is slightly thinner than a Schecter collar. Even the Thin U is much more curved and slightly bigger than a Wizard II. The esp neck is very comfortable for me. Key features with 22 jumbo frets, with flag and cross inlays.