#1
hi to everyone as i'm new on these forums altough i visit UG every day
right now i have ltd ec1000 with 12' strings and it's set up for drop C tuning. because i've sold my old ibanez rg270 i need another guitar for standar and maybe sometimes drop D tuning. i'm very satisfied with ec 1000 and i'm an esp/ltd fan as they make good and beautiful guitars. now i'm thinking of buying a mp 600 michael padget signature flying v model. is it good? how does it play? i think that sound isn't much different from my ec1000. i wanna use it mostly for metal and heavier stuff and i have a valve king 212 amp. if i'll buy this guitar i'll buy it over the internet because i can't find this guitar in my country and therefore i can't try it before i'll buy it... so any suggestions for any other guitar and experiences with mp 600 would be very appreciated.
#2
I love my esp ec 1000. I don't imagine that other guitar plays badly.
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#3
EW never liked the king v
1988 Epi LP Custom
Peavey Wolfgang Special
G&L ASAT Classic Tribute
PRS SE Soapbar
PRS SE Custom
Jet City JCA20H
VOX lil' Night Train
Celestion Greenback and Vintage 30 Speakers
Assorted Pedals and swag
#5
i was also thinking about schester hellraiser and ltd h1001... both without a trem
#6
I have a V-500, wich is essentially the same thing, just with a different set of pickups and different fret wood. The neck is sexy. Its very thin and extremely comfortable. What style do you play?
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#7
i play metalcore, hardcore, heavy, thrash, hard rock and stuff like that... and i found ec 1000 perfect for that... now i just need another guitar for standart tuning and drop D sometimes.
how does the flying v shape play while you're sitting? is it really that awkward?
#8
It isn't that awkward if you know how to do it right. Just get something to stand your left foot( I assume you're right-handed) on and put your leg between the horns. It isn't as hard as it seems.
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