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This beauty just came today! First of all, the finish is much darker than it appears in the pics, sort of a black cherry. Anyway, got it for £215 (or about $340 USD). Pretty good deal I would say.

Anyway, after some fine tuning and adjustments she plays beautiful! My Vintage Les Paul has been my go-to for a while now and the neck on the LTD is much thinner. Gonna take some getting used to but I like it. High note access is beautiful. The Duncan designed humbuckers have a very rough, edgey tone that's perfect for the metal tunes I play. After the adjustments, she stays in tune quite well too. About the only (minor) complaint I have is that the neck is clear-coated and might require sanding.

So here she is, my '91 LTD MH-200...







Vintage V100 Les Paul Icon Gold Top
Indie Shape "Black Jack" Special Edition
ESP LTD MH-200
Stagg Dreadnought Acoustic
Peavey Vypyr 15 modeling amp
#3
Sweet. I am a huge ESP/LTD supporter. I love the way the ltd's play even they they are the top of line kind of stuff.

When I ordered my Horizon NT-II, the same coloring issue happened to me. The way the guitars are photographed on the website makes them appear much lighter than they actually are.

Happy NGD!
What?! There's a clean channel on my amp?!

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omfg i totally forgot about that, you sir are jesus christ.
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