ESP Mirage Standard 1984

ESP Mirage Standard
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General
Manufacturer: 
ESP
Made in: 
Japan
Series: 
ESP
Mirage
Signature Guitar: 
No
Strings: 
6
Construction: 
Bolt-On
Orientation: 
Right handed
Years: 
1984
Body
Body Style: 
Strat
Body color: 
Transparent Cherry Red
Transparent Blue
Body finish: 
Gloss
Top: 
No
Carved top: 
Not carved
Body binding: 
Binding
Pickguard: 
No Pickguard
Electronics
Bridge Pickup Brand: 
ESP
Piezo: 
No
Pickup Configuration: 
H
Tone knob: 
1
Volume knob: 
1
Control color: 
Black
Miscellaneous
Description: 

The ESP Mirage Standard is part of the first series of ESP mirage guitars that appeared in 1984. The first ESP Mirage guitars had a strat like body. The ESP Mirage Special featured just one "ESP Custom Humbucker" and a maple fretboard with matching colors to the body and headstock. It has "The Mirage" written on the headstock. The headstock on this guitar is called the "New York" which will be featured in models to come after this one. Other features are:

  • Matching headstock
  • Bone nut
  • ESP Flicker II Bridge System
  • Transparent Cherry Red or Transparent Blue colored body, neck, fretboard and headstock

The ESP Mirage Special is the same guitar but has a rosewood/ebony fretboard.


Neck
Nut Width: 
43 mm (1-11/16 inch)
Nut material: 
Bone
Locking nut: 
No locking nut
Neck Material: 
Maple
Neck pieces: 
1 Piece
Neck color: 
Transparent Cherry Red
Transparent Blue
Neck finish: 
Gloss
Neck binding: 
No binding
Fretboard: 
Maple
Scale Length: 
25.5 inch (648 mm)
Frets: 
22
Fret Size: 
Jumbo
Inlays: 
Dot
Inlay color: 
pearl
Scalloped Fretboard: 
Not Scalloped
Headstock
Tuning Key Arrangement: 
6-in-line
Locking tuners: 
No Locking Tuners
Headstock color: 
Transparent Cherry Red
Transparent Blue
Headstock finish: 
Gloss
Headstock angle: 
straight
Matching headstock: 
Matching headstock
Reversed: 
Not reversed
Hardware
Bridge brand: 
ESP
Bridge type: 
Standard type
Hardware color: 
Black