Price paid: $ 240
Purchased from: Guitar Center
Sound — 10
I play Avenged Sevenfold, Bullet For My Valentine, and Metallica mostly. The guitar is perfect for all of them. Great heavy sound coming through when playing it. I use a discontinued Yamaha DG 80-112 and everything works out great. Distortion, it sounds great. No fret buzz. Clean, as clean as it can be. Little feedback, so there's no annoying sound after you done playing.
Overall Impression — 10
I wanted this guitar from when I laid eyes on it.This guitar was the right choice for metal/hard rock. Divebombs are good, no fret buzz, little feedback, and at a cheap price! I've looked around everywhere for a cheap guitar. I searched Ibanez and Jackson, but nothing can match the quality and price of ESP. This guitar doesn't disappoint.
Reliability & Durability — 10
I use this as a practice guitar, but soon a live guitar. Hardware lasts a long time.You can do anything to this and it'll still look good. But what you really want to depend on is the floyd. The floyd will not go out of tune. No matter what you do! I've sat down playing it 5 hours a day divebombing and bending it and it doesn't go out of tune! So the floyd is reliable.
Action, Fit & Finish — 9
Everything was great from the start. No faults when opened from the box. Just it was slightly out of tune, but I fixxed it immediatly. So my guitar was like a near perfect.
Features — 10
This is my second electric guitar. Basic features of this guitar include a Floyd Rose Special on mine (So it's one of the newer ones), 24 XJ frets, Rosewood fingerboard, Maple, neck, Bolt-On construction, Black finish, Two passive ESP LH-150 Humbuckers, one volume, one tone, and a 3 way switch. This guitar did not come with a case.