#2
Yay
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#3
Low end LTD models lower than 300 are generally pretty crappy - agathis bodies, cheap pickups, and substandard hardware.

The old 300 series are well built guitars with decent hardware, but crap pickups.

The new 400 series and the 1000 Deluxe series are excellent gutiars all around.

aESP guitars are da shiznit. Awesome, top quality instruments at good prices.
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#5
Higher end ESPs are some of the most amazing guitars. Although, since I am not financially endowed to get a 2100 dollar guitar I am an Ibanez man.
#8
YAY. if dave mustaine plays them, they must be good. if you're into metal. same with mr. kirk hammet. LTDs, while still okay, aren't as great. but if you have the cash, grab one.
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#9
Quote by Crunchmeister
Low end LTD models lower than 300 are generally pretty crappy - agathis bodies, cheap pickups, and substandard hardware.

The old 300 series are well built guitars with decent hardware, but crap pickups.

The new 400 series and the 1000 Deluxe series are excellent gutiars all around.

ESP guitars are da shiznit. Awesome, top quality instruments at good prices.


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#11
Who cares who uses 'em, the dude from Limp Bizkit played through a Diezel, that doesn't turn people awy from them. Esp's and LTD's above the 400 mark are great guitars for the money. Below 400's aren't bad for what you pay. LTD M-50($180)>Squire Strat($200)
#12
ya i own an ESP viper 400 and i love it like NO OTHER GUITAR IVE PLAYD. thats a lie. but for the price range its one of the best guitars ever. imo. however stay away from anything below 400, there pretty bad any cheaper than the 400's.

as for my viper 400, it has everything i could want, so its perfect for my kind of playing. fret access is HEAVENLY, u can easy easy easy reach all 24 and the compensating nut actually works, i never have to tune it it just stay in tune. the pickups are hotter than your mom. seriously. plus the set necks and mohagony are great for searing sustain. tones monstrous. great guitars. get one.
#15
IM gonna say Yay because the are amazing
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#17
yayyayyay!
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#18
If you find a higher end LTD: Yah! But if you have the money for an ESP model: Hell Yeah!
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#19
Yay!
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#20
I played a couple different ESP/LTD the other day and thought they were good playing guitars. I don't care for their larger headstock but that doesn't matter that much. I'd play a Viper 400 or M400 without any issues. (I'd play any of their upper end guitars too).

I suppose if they're good enough for many pros they're good enough for me.
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#21
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Who cares who uses 'em, the dude from Limp Bizkit played through a Diezel, that doesn't turn people awy from them. Esp's and LTD's above the 400 mark are great guitars for the money. Below 400's aren't bad for what you pay. LTD M-50($180)>Squire Strat($200)

Meh i'd rather have a squire than a low end LTD. At least the body isnt agathis on the squire
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