Echopark Esperanto 313 Deluxe DT Model, Aged Pelham Blue


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“We had the same tastes and leanings sonically so I went to work on a couple of ideas, twisting the design in a couple of ways to make it Echopark. I own an ES-330 from 1959 with a dot neck and it’s got a perfect feel. He has a Casino from 1964 that we love too – it’s really a combo of those two with the offset kinda design that is not as wide as an ES-335, not as bulbous, a little more feline…” - Gabriel Currie

The Echopark Esperanto 313 Deluxe is an advancement on the most sought after semi-hollow guitars from the late '50s. With a body shape all to its own, the Esperanto coaxes a wide variety of sounds from the custom Arcane pickups - from sweet clean blues tones the predecessors were known for to the most demanding rock tones of present day.

  • Construction: Semi-hollow with mahogany center block
  • Top: Maple laminate
  • Back and sides: Maple laminate with spruce kerfing
  • Finish: Pelham blue, nitrocellulose
  • Neck: Mahogany with V to D tapered profile
  • Bridge: ABR style with brass saddles
  • Pickups: Arcane humbuckers
  • Scale length: 24.75"
  • Case: Custom hard case
  • Serial number: 2 6607
  • Year of build: 2021


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Key Features

Echopark Esperanto 313 Deluxe DT Model, Aged Pelham Blue
Not quite ES-335, not quite 1964 Casino, this is Gabriel Currie's unique, offset take on a mid-century classic
The semi-hollow maple laminate construction is highly versatile and ready to be used in a wide range of contexts and amp and pickup setups
A bright, vintage-inspired Pelham Blue finish makes this guitar pop



Echopark instruments are handcrafted in Detroit by luthier Gabriel Currie. Producing a limited number of instruments per year, Echopark guitars are highly sought after.

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