#1
I know it's an ESP. It says AS-2 on the tag but I can't find anything about it online.

#5
holy fuck those flying V's are gorg
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#7
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Most japanese sig models are awsome.
I just hate how they're not available in North America.

+1

i think a few of my friends might be cruising japan next year, maybe ill tell one of htem to pick something up for me
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#9
Quote by 1010011010
Most japanese sig models are awsome.
I just hate how they're not available in North America.



Or anywhere else for that matter.

I'd love to one day own a CV Panther V (not the ones in that picture, but the multi-colour version).
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#10
There's one in Denmark Street, London. £899 for an Edwards version. Awesome awesome guitar, but the floyd only goes down. I prefer both ways. In N Out.
Gear

Guitars -
ESP V-500 w/EMG 81/85
Jackson Mark Morton Signature Primer


Amps -
Marshall JCM 2000 TSL 60 Head
Marshall MS-2 Mini-Amp


Pedals -
Line 6 PodXT Live
Blackstart HT-Dual Valve Distortion
#11
Oh, I would love to know how that Jackson Star under there looks.
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