Timothy J.

Timothy J. voted on the poll What is your preferred headstock match with the "Horizon/H" body shape?

2014-08-20 14:35:55 UTC
Timothy J. voted TEARDROP 3-per-side style (ESP Original Series Horizon, ESP USA Horizon)
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Carl N.

Carl N. liked the forum post Re: Tony Perry ESP

2014-04-03 03:41:07 UTC
Right, because that is a tech support question. Brilliant.......MORE »
Carl N.

Carl N. liked the forum post Re: Congrats to ESP Points Rewards Winners

2014-04-03 03:35:07 UTC
I don't really care about my contributions, and I'm certainly not interested in an artist spotlight or online guitar lessons, I'm just unsure of the whole points concept.  It seems silly when it's this easily......MORE »
Carl N.

Carl N. replied to the forum post LTD H-308 truss rods size?

2014-04-03 03:31:38 UTC
Yes, all current LTD instruments use a 4mm allen wrench...unless it has a spoke wheel at the heel of the neck, like on the Surveyor. ......MORE »
Carl N.

Carl N. replied to the forum post ec-256 different

2014-04-03 03:23:19 UTC
The M-200 from 2006 had a neck thru construction, Floyd licensed low profile bridge, arrow inlays, and LH-300 pickups....as compared to the M-100 which is bolt on, Floyd special bridge, dot inlays, and LH-150 pickups. As for......MORE »
Carl N.

Carl N. replied to the forum post I'm thinking of getting an ESP LTD Deluxe B-1004 bass...

2014-04-03 02:19:04 UTC
The B-1004 is an amazing instrument, the neck plays smooth and the sound it produces is thunderous.  From what I've seen these basses are discontinued, so if you have the money, I'd say it would be a great buy.  Try......MORE »
Carl N.

Carl N. liked the forum post Secret of LTD name

2014-04-03 02:13:46 UTC
As far as we all know ESP is abbreviation of Electric Sounds Products.But one thing always provided a challenge to me: is LTD an abbreviation?If it so, what from?In Russia the mostly accepted version is that LTD means......MORE »
Carl N.

Carl N. liked the forum post Re: LTD quality problem

2014-04-03 02:12:46 UTC
I got an ltd bass about that time period with a bad truss rod, took it back to the dealer,  they send the neck back to ESP and Got me a Replacement,  Took about two weeks, No trouble, no......MORE »
Carl N.

Carl N. replied to the forum post LTD H-308 truss rods size?

2014-04-03 02:10:52 UTC
LTD instruments take a 4mm allen wrench to adjust their truss rods.  I would reccommend having your instrument serviced by a trained professional so that it is set up correctly and to avoid any damage to your instrument.......MORE »
Carl N.

Carl N. liked the forum post Re: Fretboard doesnt sit level

2014-04-03 02:06:15 UTC
Take the guitar to a shop or a luthier and have a proper setup done. While the guitar is being serviced, go to an English tutor and work on writing proper sentences.......MORE »
Carl N.

Carl N. liked the forum post Re: Secret of LTD name

2014-04-03 02:03:09 UTC
It doesn't stand for anything, they just thought it sounded cool.......MORE »
Carl N.

Carl N. liked the forum post Re: tuning help!!!!

2014-02-01 03:08:16 UTC
Possibilities could be: 1) Aliens 2) The tune isn't at 440 (concert pitch) 3) if the room temperature has changed dramatically such as heating coming on and guitars being placed by the radiators then this could alter the......MORE »
Carl N.

Carl N. replied to the forum post Who got you into ESP guitars?

2014-02-01 03:04:13 UTC
George Lynch.  As a kid drooling over guitar catalogs, his have always stuck in my mind.......MORE »
Carl N.

Carl N. replied to the forum post Esp M-II NTB volum know problems

2014-02-01 03:00:30 UTC
I have that same problem on some of my instruments.  The best solution I have found is whats called a detent potentiometer.  Basically, it's a pot that has a point that catches and clicks.  Some of these are......MORE »
Carl N.

Carl N. liked the forum post Re: Knobs glued on?

2014-02-01 02:51:37 UTC
Yes. No one uses glue unless they're stupid.......MORE »
Carl N.

Carl N. replied to the forum post String thickness bass

2014-02-01 02:48:23 UTC
Currently 5 string LTD basses come from the factory with 45-125 Cleartone bass strings.  These are considered "Medium" strings.  Lighter gauge sets typically range from 35-120.  If moving down to a lighter......MORE »
Carl N.

Carl N. replied to the forum post Help IDing an old ESP

2014-02-01 02:35:06 UTC
It's very difficult dating older ESPs since serial numbers were not tracked until the early 2000's.  Anything produced before then would probably be dated by guesswork.  You can google "esp catalogs" and check out......MORE »