ESP LTD M-55

Electric 6-String Guitar

Made by ESP

Description Standard 24 fret guitar, with 2 pickup's
Posted By Chad Morris (117)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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Overall Rating: 5.0 (of 5)
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On 1/20/2003, Chad Morris (117) posted:
Overall Rating:
I looked around at the Jackson's, Ibanez's, and PRS's before I fell in love with this guitar. I mainly liked it because, it plays so well. If it ever got stolen, I wouldn't hesitate to find another one. The best part about it is, it hardly ever looses its tune even when dropped down a couple of steps. If your into heavy metal or hardcore rock, I would check in on this guitar, you might just buy it.
Model Year: 2001
Price: $146.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Mars Music
Features:
Made in South Korea. Mahognay neck. 24 frets with Ernie Ball Hybrid's(.10, .13, .17, .30, .42, .52). Custom EMG 90 Pickup. Active Electronic. Black gloss finish. Floyd Rose string-thru adjustable bridge.
Playability:
This an excellent guitar for heavy metal and alternative rock. However, music besides rock is not recomended. Compared to other rock-type guitars, it's top of the line.
Sound Quality:
It sounds just about the same as every other ESP. It is suited for rock-type music. It's a good idea that the factory pickup's be throwed away, and buy some EMG's. Other than bad factory pickup's, a great sound.
Durability:
So far it's been reliable for live playing. It seems to loose it's intonation whith hybrid strings(it's set up for .10's).