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Unread 04-20-2017, 03:26 PM   #1
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LTD Guitars

Anyone have experience with these? I know they are made by ESP but that's about it.

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Unread 04-20-2017, 06:50 PM   #2
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They're good. Especially the higher end models.
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I have one. It's pretty nice, for pretty cheap.

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I'm looking for a good guitar for less than $1,000. I'd prefer to keep it in the $500 range. Someone suggested LTD. I have always assumed they were "metal" guitars and am looking for something versatile.
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I've seen and heard good things about them as well.
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Been researching those lower end PRS guitars (SE?) as well.
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I'm a bigger fan of those than I am the LTD
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I'm a bigger fan of those than I am the LTD
The more I look at them, the more I am.
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If you get any of the LTD guitars without the EMGs, you'll have plenty of versatility.
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who needs versatility!? HUMBUCKER SHREADING FOR EVERYONE!!!111
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I love P90s.
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If you're looking for P90s, consider the Yamaha Revstar 502 or 502T. I have the 502T and it is spectacular.

A friend of mine has an ESP LTD EC-1000 with Duncan's and it's a great guitar.

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I got one better for you, Modlin!

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I saw that. He periodically sells guitars up there. None of his main ones though.
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