#2
MH-400NT

SPECS:
? SET-THRU CONSTRUCTION
? 25.5? SCALE
? MAHOGANY BODY W/QUILTED MAPLE TOP
? 3-PIECE MAPLE NECK
? ROSEWOOD FINGERBOARD
? OFFSET BLOCK INLAYS W/MODEL NAME AT 12TH FRET
? EMG 81 (B) / 85 (N) ACTIVE PICKUPS
? VOLUME & TONE CONTROLS W/3-WAY SWITCH
? BLACK HARDWARE
? GROVER TUNERS
? EARVANA COMPENSATED NUT
? TUNE-O-MATIC BRIDGE W/STRING-THRU-BODY
? NATURAL BINDING ON BODY: WHITE BINDING ON NECK & HEADSTOCK
? 24 XJ FRETS

MH-400

SPECS:
? SET-THRU CONSTRUCTION
? 25.5? SCALE
? MAHOGANY BODY W/QUILTED MAPLE TOP
? 3-PIECE MAPLE NECK
? ROSEWOOD FINGERBOARD
? OFFSET BLOCK INLAYS W/MODEL NAME AT 12TH FRET
? EMG 81 (B) / 85 (N) ACTIVE PICKUPS
? VOLUME & TONE CONTROLS W/3-WAY SWITCH
? BLACK HARDWARE
? GROVER TUNERS
? FLOYD ROSE LICENSED BRIDGE
? NATURAL BINDING ON BODY: WHITE BINDING ON NECK & HEADSTOCK
? 24 XJ FRETS

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Last edited by CHIEF-CHEESE at Aug 26, 2006,
#3
The finish. The MH-400 only comes in blue wilst the latter comes in black. I personally like the blue better and the FR. If you don't want an FR, then just go with the NT unless you don't mind doing a lot of maintenance sometimes, but you can always take it to a pro. PM if you would like any info on a FR.

^^Oh, he is saying the MH-400, not the M-400.
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#4
Yea, they are virtually the same guitar, except the finish and bridge. The NT stands for No Trem I believe.
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#6
^ yeah the earvana nut is there because the one with the floyd needs a locking nut, so those are the only differences, and paint.
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