#2
I really don't know that much about ESP but NEVER BUY A GUITAR without trying it out first
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#3
Metal, i tried it out in the shop but its way cheaper online.

It plays well just i don't know much about the parts like how long they last etc.
#4
Just a forewarning, he meant try out the specific guitar you plan to buy, for all you know the one online has a warped neck or some other deformity.
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#5
Yeah...might be the same model but completley different if you know what i mean. I played 3 gibby lp's and they all felt different.
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#6
Quote by benmcele
Metal, i tried it out in the shop but its way cheaper online.

It plays well just i don't know much about the parts like how long they last etc.



Dude, if it's in the shop, get it in the shop, because a) it's more polite, I mean you wouldn't want to go to all the trouble of setting up a guitar for someone to try out in your shop just for them to go and buy it elsewhere would you? And b) you know it's ok, the setup's good, everything works and you like the feeling of it. Only get a guitar online as a last resort in my opinion. And the finishes can vary as well, especially on sunburst guitars.
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#7
Quote by benmcele
Metal, i tried it out in the shop but its way cheaper online.

It plays well just i don't know much about the parts like how long they last etc.


You can haggle it down in the store and if you've alredy tried it out you should buy it from the store, some stores also gives you a free setup for the guitar.
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#8
The biggest thing to watch out for on that guitar is the wood. Is made out of agathis, which is pretty much plywood.
If you're open to other suggestions, here's one: http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/x50-pro/67531, and its cheaper at this site: http://www.dolphinmusic.co.uk/product/8580-washburn-x50-pro-wine-burst.html/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=shopping&utm_campaign=base
A bit more money, but worth the difference I'd say. Its got a solid mahogany body, with Seymour Duncan pickups, two things that ESP LTD are lacking in. And it still has got great looks (In my eyes).
Just remember to play every model that looks good to you.
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