#1
So I got my new MH-250NT today, and wow, the difference in tone between the MH and my GAX70 is astounding, I love it.

Not to mention, its a gorgeous guitar.

I apologize for the quality of the pictures, I only have my cellphone to take them with.





#2
The body looks great. I've seen that style of body 4000 times before though, it's still a great color/design.

24 frets is the best part.
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#3
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The body looks great. I've seen that style of body 4000 times before though, it's still a great color/design.

24 frets is the best part.



I like the quilted top more than I do the body shape, I prefer LP bodys, but the color and top (and the 24 frets) sold me.
#4
nice finish for such a great value guitar
how are the pickups?
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#5
nice

I went in to buy one of those a few months back, played it and really liked it - then the guy showed me the EX-260 and I ended up with that instead, but thats still a nice pick

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#6
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nice finish for such a great value guitar
how are the pickups?



For passives theyre pretty decent, waay better than the pickups on my GAX, a lot less muddy, even on my Cube-15x.
#7
Cool guitar, I have her big sister. I must say though, at the time I couldn't justify the 2xx series for the price... how is that these days?
#8
Quote by Y00p
Cool guitar, I have her big sister. I must say though, at the time I couldn't justify the 2xx series for the price... how is that these days?



Well, it was right in my budget. Id say the only downside, if you could call it that, is the agathis body, but it is a neck-through, and it sounds good to me, so Id say its a good guitar, and a good deal.
#9
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Well, it was right in my budget. Id say the only downside, if you could call it that, is the agathis body, but it is a neck-through, and it sounds good to me, so Id say its a good guitar, and a good deal.

I see. Well, good on you. Agathis isn't usually as bad as people want it to be, really. It can have it's own littel benefits. Still, I don't know if I'd buy an agathis guitar in that price range...

Welcome to the LTD club.
#10
Quote by Y00p
I see. Well, good on you. Agathis isn't usually as bad as people want it to be, really. It can have it's own littel benefits. Still, I don't know if I'd buy an agathis guitar in that price range...

Welcome to the LTD club.



Well, it sounds good to me, and I suppose thats all that matters for now.. heh, but thank you. =)
#11
This should be in the Pictures of your Gear thread.

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#12
Damn, that looks like a nice guitar. Really like the finish

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#13
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Damn, that looks like a nice guitar. Really like the finish



I love the finish on it, its gorgeous.

Also, I'll get a post in the post your gear thread.
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