#3
Well I know before ESP got into the business of making guitars they made parts for Schecter and Jackson. But the heads are slightly different. The ESP headstock has sharper corners on it. As long as there's that slight difference, neither one has grounds to sue the other.
#4
Is this the headstock appreciation thread, because I love this style of headstock.
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So what...I like Metal...sue me

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#5
Quote by Mahabajaba
Well I know before ESP got into the business of making guitars they made parts for Schecter and Jackson. But the heads are slightly different. The ESP headstock has sharper corners on it. As long as there's that slight difference, neither one has grounds to sue the other.

and, y'know, they kinda can't, because they're owned by the same company.
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and, y'know, they kinda can't, because they're owned by the same company.


Yeah, well when writing the post I didn't know that
#7
Not only are they owned by the same people, most LTD's and Schecters are made in the same factories. Same headstocks = saving money on equipment and personel.
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#8
Hot 8 Stringer Schecter.
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