ESP LTD M-100

Electric 6-String Guitar

Made by ESP

Description Nice guitar with simple, yet awesome features. Has Floyd-Rose locking tremolo system.
Posted By Collin Miley (9)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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On 8/1/2002, Mike Chrapkiewicz (11) posted:
Overall Rating:
I looked at many other guitars(jacksons, schechters,etc.) And in my opinion this guitar best suited my playing and price range. I love having 24 frets.
Model Year: 2001
Price: $325.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Sam Ash
Features:
Made in the US with 6 strings and 24 frets. 1 volume to tone controls. Two humbucker pickups. Floyd rose
Playability:
Plays very well for any type of music.
Sound Quality:
I use a digitech valve fx and play a lot of metal, megadeth/metallica type stuff, into my peavey studio 60 and it sounds great. Handles very well in high gain settings.
Durability:
Never failed me yet
On 3/5/2002, Collin Miley (9) posted:
Overall Rating:
I love this guitar, if i was looking for another i would probably go with the Kirk Hammet edition, just for the pickups.
Model Year: 1999
Price: $400.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Action Sound
Features:
U.S. made, Bolt on 25.5" maple neck. 6-string, 24 jumbo frets. One volume and one tone pot. Uses an ESP LB-100 humbucker at the bridge, and a LN-100 at the neck. Black finish, double cutaway, Floyd-Rose licensed tremolo, locking nut. I really love this guitar for its tone, playability, and ease of use.
Playability:
My preffered action is VERY loose, i play lead in a alternative rock band, and in a jazz band. This guitar has all the features to adapt to my action. it has no flaws
Sound Quality:
Amazing lead tone. Lots of sustain. I use it on all of my soloing and it really packs a punch on any 80's metal solo. Very clean, bright tones. I had to set the pickups with a screwdriver.
Durability:
This is the most rugged guitar i have ever bought. It has endured countless jams and gigs. Temperature changes really dont affect tuning that much, thanks to the Floyd-Rose