#1
i'm gonna buy one of them for metal,hard rock.which one is better price/quality performence?(and, i'm a beginner)
#3
Well, if you buy the AX you should kill yourself.

So kinda only leaves one option i guess..
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#5
Lol.

If you like the shape of the AX, go for it. The only difference between the two besides the shape is the bridge. The MH has a FR bridge, while the AX has a fixed bridge. So if you're ready to make the commitment of the MH, I'd go for that one. Make sure you read the FR sticky before you get it though, so you don't end up bitching on here in a week or 2.
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#6
Quote by Offworld92
Lol.

If you like the shape of the AX, go for it. The only difference between the two besides the shape is the bridge. The MH has a FR bridge, while the AX has a fixed bridge. So if you're ready to make the commitment of the MH, I'd go for that one. Make sure you read the FR sticky before you get it though, so you don't end up bitching on here in a week or 2.


What's the difference between FR bridge and fixed bridge? (yeah don't laugh, i said i'm a beginner )
#7
Spin 'round carousel when your horse isn't screwed in.

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Douglas Grendel 725
Line 6 Pod HD500X
#9
With ltd mh 50 can i play stuffs like as i lay dying, dimmu borgir, iron maiden,amon amarth,enslaved,stuwart chatwood (warrior within) etc..?
#10
You can play that with any guitar. Guitars don't really determine your sound - your amp does. When you're looking to get a guitar, the main thing you should focus on is whether or not it is comfortable to you.
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LTD H-301
Ibanez RG520
Peavey Predator USA
Douglas Grendel 725
Line 6 Pod HD500X
#11
What features are you set on? Like 24 frets or humbuckers, etc.?

I'd recommend you stay away from the MH 50 until you're more familiar with floating bridges and stick to a fixed bridge for now.
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#12
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He really did. More than you realize it now.

The rule of thumb I heard a long time ago, and give out to others, is "If you don't know you need a Floyd Rose, you don't want one." It's absolutely true, too.

I don't know how much of a beginner you are, but even just getting on this site is a good start. LTD makes good guitars for their price ranges, so again, you're on a good start. Get the AX-50 for now, or another fixed bridge guitar, and once you know you're ready you can get a floating trem.
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#13
ive got the MH-50, but the non-floyd version
im a beginner as well, been playing for about 10 months so far
it has served me pretty well, for a beginners guitar i would recommend it to 9/10 people
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#14
Quote by Pink Muse
He really did. More than you realize it now.

The rule of thumb I heard a long time ago, and give out to others, is "If you don't know you need a Floyd Rose, you don't want one." It's absolutely true, too.

I don't know how much of a beginner you are, but even just getting on this site is a good start. LTD makes good guitars for their price ranges, so again, you're on a good start. Get the AX-50 for now, or another fixed bridge guitar, and once you know you're ready you can get a floating trem.


thanks friend even i don't know what is floyd rose why should i seek for one of them If as you say floyd rose is harder to play, no man i don't want it.i need something easier to play cause i'm a beginner.so ax50 is the way to go for me, huh?
#15
Floyds aren't harder to play, they're just harder to tune. Especially for someone just starting out. AX 50 is the way to go. If you like Les Paul shapes, there is also the EC50 which is a great beginner's guitar.
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#16
Quote by Colgate Total
Floyds aren't harder to play, they're just harder to tune. Especially for someone just starting out. AX 50 is the way to go. If you like Les Paul shapes, there is also the EC50 which is a great beginner's guitar.


no i don't like les paul shapes =/ ax-50 looks like more serious, wilder and cooler i know, appereance is not everything but it's important huh?