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i would go with the ESP, just cuz i hate it when someone puts an Ibanez in a post and everybody says THATS THE ONE! that and it is a really good guitar if set up correctly
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The ESP.
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#9
ESP for sure, but I'm biased because I generally just don't like Ibanez
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I'm an ibanez fanboy and i'd deffo pick the MII in this situation


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#11
for the money, the ESP is a better instrument. better hardware (slightly), great assembly and you wont have to switch the pickups
#12
Esp
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#13
Definately ESP. I find that they tend to play easier and have a better feel. Ibanez has a more wood on the neck. Its not thicker bit the curve is more gradual so i seems bigger.
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Well, I'm an Ibanez fan, but the ESP is clearly going to sound better. 1, it is made of a better wood (for sound quality) and 2, has better pickups for sure. In defense of the Ibanez though, you're comparing a $1,200.00 Ibanez to an $1,800.00 ESP. Maybe shop a bit more and compare it to an Ibanez of same price and see if they offer anything that is closer in features for that same $1,800.00.
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In defense of the Ibanez though, you're comparing a $1,200.00 Ibanez to an $1,800.00 ESP. Maybe shop a bit more and compare it to an Ibanez of same price and see if they offer anything that is closer in features for that same $1,800.00.


Although I said the ESP, I also agree with this.

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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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