ESP Custom MoneyGraph

Electric 6-String Guitar

Made by ESP

Description ESP Custom Shop MoneyGraph Guitar. $5 bill/Urethane finish w/ custom inlays, 24 frets, 5-way sw., Seymour Duncan pickups, & single/humbucker combo.
Posted By Robert Roza (16)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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On 11/10/2000, Adam Welk (311) posted:
Overall Rating:
A great guitar!!
Price: $0.00 (new)
Where Obtained: guitar center
Features:
Made in china, neck made out of mahogany, has H/H, very light and plays nice!
Playability:
This guitar to me, over powers any other guitar i have played and i highly recammend it for even a second guitar.
Sound Quality:
The sound with this guitar really depends on the amp you are using.
Durability:
This guitar isn't a good guitar to go ape crazy on.
On 8/21/2000, Robert Roza (16) posted:
Overall Rating:
I originally chose this guitar for it's looks. I am very flashy and material when it comes to money, but once I started playnig it, that mentality went out the window. I actually LOVE the guitar and I have no idea what the heck I am going to do if something ever happens to it! This is one of the best if not the best guitar I've ever played in my life, bar none! I would recommend this guitar and hope that you try one out soon. Make sure it's the USA higher dollar models and preferably the Custom jobs. They Rock!! Nuff' Said!
Model Year: 1999
Price: $1999.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Sacnlan Music - Michigan
Features:
This is a US made 6-string ESP Custom Shop MoneyGraph Electric Guitar. The body is a maple strat style & has $5 bills all around the body and on the headstock and is Urethaned over. The neck is a bolt-on 24-fret maple with wood finish (natural) with a rosewood fretboard that has jumbo frets and custom inlays. The pickups are a humberer on the bridge side and a single coil on the neck side and are Seymour Duncan. There is a 5-position switch and a volume and tone control knob. The bridge is a Floyd Rose locking that is strung from the nut down to the bridge.
Playability:
This guitar has very low action and is reminescent of a Jackson soloist in playability. This guitar I would recommend for a person with the 'need for speed'. It is one if not the best guitar I've ever played. I'm in the works to have them make me another custom job rather than buying a PRS!!
Sound Quality:
This guitar would work excellent for someone using it for Jazz or Heavy Metal music. It has a nice full range and sound depending on what setup and strings you are using. I use a series of racks (Korg, Digitech, etc.) that I use for effects. The amp/cabinet I use is an older (80's) Crate 60W tube amp and half stack. I get anywhere from a Pantera/Metallica MESA BOOGIE-type of sound, to a screaming GEORGE LYNCH/RANDY RHOADS sound!
Durability:
This baby is great fro staying in tune with its floating/locking tremolo. What I do is leave the nut unlocked and float the bridge. When I'm ready to play or gig, I tune up and adjust the tremolo. After that, you're good to go. The thing will stay in tune for the entire session!