#1
Im just wondering what are the quality of the ESP Edwards brand of guitars. Im really interested int he les paul guitar. I Wrote a thread a couple of days again on the difference between the esp eclipse ii and the gibson les paul custom and someone suggested the esp edwards brand but I really want to know what the quality of guitar im getting
#2
try to track one down and play it if you can


but really

the edwards are just all levels of jizz
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#4
Edwards are on the same quality level as higher end Ltd's. I believe there is info on this at ESP.com
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Edwards are on the same quality level as higher end Ltd's. I believe there is info on this at ESP.com


yeah. maybe even a little higher than the ltd 1000s. but around that. not quite as good as teh genuine esps.
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#7
Edwards basically bridges the gap between LTD and ESP. They're literally right there in the middle on the quality spectrum.
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Edwards basically bridges the gap between LTD and ESP. They're literally right there in the middle on the quality spectrum.


That's probably the best way of putting it. I'd like to try one out sometime. They're unheard of around these parts. the pic above sure looks like a sexy beast!
#9
I don't believe I have ever heard one bad remark about Edwards guitars. Seems anyone who has one is extremely happy with they're decision. Sure wish the ol U.S. of A could start shipping them in.
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Edwards basically bridges the gap between LTD and ESP. They're literally right there in the middle on the quality spectrum.


yup
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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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That's probably the best way of putting it. I'd like to try one out sometime. They're unheard of around these parts. the pic above sure looks like a sexy beast!

Pimping this beast hard ...

#13
Edwards guitars have their basic parts made in a factory in China and are then assembled and finished in Japan. There's lots of arguing over the quality of the wood used in them, whether it's the same as the proper ESPs or worse. Their hardware and electronics are usually on par with the standard level of ESP or the deluxe range of LTDs.