The guitar comes in two finishes: black with yellow stripe and white with black stripe.

The guitar has a neck-thru 25.5” design, using a 3-pc unfinished maple neck with a 24-fret ebony fingerboard and pearl sawtooth inlays, although Alexi does not actually use these in live shows.

The ESP Alexi includes white binding on neck and head, the ESP custom shop version comes with a natural maple neck while the LTD is painted, and it comes with professional-quality components including a Floyd Rose original tremolo, Gotoh tuners, Schaller straplocks and a single Seymour Duncan AHB-1 in the bridge position, (or an EMG HZ H4 humbucker).

Alexi's personal guitars, as well as Custom shop, Standard, and the models made for the US market are equipped with an MM-04 preamp.

As of 2007, a cheaper model (the Alexi- 200) is also available, in either solid black or white finish.

It's a bolt on, 25.5" Scale with the body made out of basswood, with a maple neck and rosewood fingerboard.

In our spirits, we will be there, too.” In January 2003 ESP Guitars announced a line of Alexi Laiho Signature Models.

The US version guitars are a slightly different shape than what Alexi usually plays, as the SV shape is a copyrighted Jackson shape.He also has a Custom Shop and Standard version of the Black and Pink guitar in his traditional pinstriped design that is not available in the United States.There are seven ESP models that he actually uses (custom shop models are mostly seen in Japan) 1.Alexi was rushed to the Oslo hospital earlier this evening with extreme stomach pain.The doctors in the emergency unit checked him and while we are still waiting for a diagnosis, they made clear that he will not be able to perform within the next 48 hours.Laiho appears on Canadian thrash metal outfit Annihilator's 2007 album, Metal, as a guest, performing a guitar solo on the song "Downright Dominate." In spring of 2009, Children of Bodom was forced to drop out of their North American "No Fear Energy Tour" when Laiho broke his wrist after falling out of his bunk, when the tour bus took a sharp turn on April 26, 2009, after the show in Palladium Ballroom, Dallas TX.