#2
Depends on what music u play. I'd go for the Les Paul, since I'm a bluesrocker. Though if you really like heavier stuff the ESP is your best bet.
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#3
I'd go for the Epi SG, cause I think it has the best quality out of all those 3 guitars. You didn't consider Epi Les Paul Standards? They're pretty too, especially honeyburst and heritage cherry sunburst. They cost 100 € more though..
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#4
You cannot just ask us what we would pick. We will recommend guitars for you, based on factors such as budget, location, musical styles etc.
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#5
probably the epi or the vintage

depends on what you play, of course

but i'm wary of the ltd as it's the very lowest model, and probably has a dodgy trem.
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