LTD AX-350 review by ESP

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  • Sound: 10
  • Overall Impression: 10
  • Reliability & Durability: 10
  • Action, Fit & Finish: 10
  • Features: 10
  • Reviewer's score: 10 Gem
  • Users' score: 8.7 (33 votes)

Price paid: $ 750.824

Purchased from: Axe Music Edmonton

Sound — 10
I love rock, punk, and metal and if you're looking for a heavy sound, this guitar delivers it and then some, despite only having passive pickups. its got a full, warm tone on it, but sometimes, if the gain's up way too high, or the settings are off, you'll get feedback (having your computer screen on and the guitar within 2 feet of it creates static through the amp). This guitar's got its own sound, with a unique build I wouldn't trade for the world. I've played this guitar with my friend's Peavey 5150 stack, another friend's Roland Jazz Chorus, and my sister's Danelectro 15 watt Nifty Fifty, and delivers great sound through anything it's plugged into.

Overall Impression — 10
I play a lot of rock, punk, and metal, and this guitar provides nothing but amazing sound for anything you put it up to. I've only been playing guitar for just under 19 months, but I'd never buy another guitar. If this guitar gets stolen, lost, or broken, someone's going to die, and I'm going to find another one if I have to go overseas to find one.

Reliability & Durability — 10
This guitar will deliver your way through recording or live play at any given point in time. the hardware's durable as ever. You can definitely play this guitar live without anything backing it up. Everything on this guitar's very solid. It'll go through hell and back and come out kicking more ass than ever before.

Action, Fit & Finish — 10
This guitar's build is amazing. Having the pickup set up stock is perfect, and the bridge setting isn't too tight, or loose at all for any music style.

Features — 10
These aren't in production anymore, cause they're only making 250's, 50's, and 400's. 24 XJ frets on this. Very playable guitar. This guitar's body shape's like no other, but a lot of people that see it describe it as being a BC Rich, which gets to me, cause I dislike BC Rich guitars in the first place. Tune-O-Matic bridge on it with a neck through body. All black hardware. EMG HZ-H4 passive pickups. 1 volume, 1 tone, and 3-way toggle to go through the 2 pickups. ESP locking tuners on it. This guitar doesn't come with anything but the guitar itself, but it's a great buy.

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    bloodsport2256 wrote: they dont make a 350 they have a 50 a 250 and a 400. check the website
    and now the 250 is discontinued with a 260.
    **** dude, there USED to be 250's and 350's but these were discontinued and replaced with the 260 and 400.
    whats the difference between that and the 250'S ????? answer asap please... cause im buying one
    bloodsport2256 wrote: they dont make a 350 they have a 50 a 250 and a 400. check the website
    did u not read his review?
    These aren't in production anymore
    i have the 350 and after i replaced the lackluster stock pickups, its me favorite guitar! woo!
    i dont know why you say there is a 260 and a 350, because the website has only th 50 and the 360,(true) AX-360 Neck-Thru-Body Construction 25.5 Scale Mahogany Body Mahogany Neck Rosewood Fingerboard 42mm Standard Nut Thin U Neck Contour 24 XJ Frets Black Nickel Hardware ESP Tuners TOM Bridge EMG 81 (B & N) Active p.u. Finish: BLK please answer if you find out wtf happenning there....