RZK

RZK replied to the forum post ESP KH-2 NTB

I have a 2006 Kiso made RZK-1. It does appear to be of a slightly higher quality than the normal Signature Series models. I was confused about where the signature guitars were made, as the burnt finish RZK guitars were......MORE »
Road King

Road King replied to the forum post Yes...another NGD...still not ESP

Well I guess you had a few Gs lying around after all.......MORE »
Pushead

Pushead replied to the forum post ESP KH-2 NTB

Yeah, that's a normal Standard Series (or Signature Series) KH-2.  Made in the production line (in 2013) with the rest of the Standard Series guitars.......MORE »
Pushead

Pushead replied to the forum post ESP KH-2 NTB

I suppose the difference we're quacking about is how the K is shown in the serial number.  A "normal" standard style KH guitar is like this: Whereas a Custom Shop produced (in the Kiso shop) serial number is like......MORE »
Pushead

Pushead replied to the forum post ESP KH-2 NTB

Good call.  I keep forgetting that the Kirk sigs all have a K prefix.......MORE »
RZK

RZK replied to the forum post ESP KH-2 NTB

The SS on a KH2 NTB stands for "Signature Series" not "Standard Series."   From what I understand, the "K" and "SS" prefix Signature guitars are exactly the same thing, but otherwise what Pushead stated is......MORE »
RZK

RZK replied to the forum post Yes...another NGD...still not ESP

I use the same style leather straps, but not the exact ones. I'm happy with them.......MORE »
RZK

RZK liked the forum post Re: Yes...another NGD...still not ESP

A true Hammett fan would get the authentic hand stitched straps. Don't forget to get the correct brand of hair curlers he uses. Yeah, it was a fair price. It's in the mail, but the pics make it look pretty good for a guitar......MORE »
Pushead

Pushead replied to the forum post LTD EC-1000 Koa

You're better-off asking at a guitar shop than you are here.  Not too many people from ESP respond here.......MORE »
Pushead

Pushead replied to the forum post ESP KH-2 NTB

I've been told that a custom shop guitar build is overseen (and mostly completed by) a single luthier, whereas the standard shop guitars are built as part of a production line.......MORE »
Road King

Road King replied to the forum post Yes...another NGD...still not ESP

A true Hammett fan would get the authentic hand stitched straps. Don't forget to get the correct brand of hair curlers he uses. Yeah, it was a fair price. It's in the mail, but the pics make it look pretty good for a guitar......MORE »
Road King

Road King replied to the forum post Yes...another NGD...still not ESP

Hey Big Poppa, I'm not seeing the thread on my phone anymore, but I bought that pink Horizon you posted. I've tried for ages to get the gunmetal blue and pearl black ones, but the only ones I've seen were heavily modified.......MORE »
RZK

RZK replied to the forum post The Fake ESP Thread

Yes, it is genuine, and thank you for using my thread.  Buy it. Those '90s ESPs are the best, IMO.......MORE »
Pushead

Pushead replied to the forum post The Fake ESP Thread

Yes, mid to late 90s Horizon.......MORE »
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Pushead

Pushead replied to the forum post MX-250

I thought he might be your long-lost cousin, or something.......MORE »
Road King

Road King replied to the forum post New Guitar Stands

That dolphin guitar is cool. It's not as cool as mine, but still cool. Now, I'm not saying I wouldn't buy it if it were for sale or anything, but it would have to be for the right price. But I doubt I'd be interested.......MORE »
Road King

Road King replied to the forum post MX-250

He thinks he can out-dolphin me. I'm about to post a real nasty comment. That'll teach him to like marine animals.......MORE »
Pushead

Pushead replied to the forum post MX-250

http://www.espguitars.com/forums/1963222/posts/2076048-new-guitar-standHere's the thread he started.......MORE »
Pushead

Pushead replied to the forum post MX-250

Well, there are at least 3 KL Explorers with the ninja star style inlay.  The most recent one I've seen belongs to a guy here named Gerinmo (or something) with a STwhite finish:Ans had the original (to me at least) one......MORE »
Pushead

Pushead replied to the forum post MX-250

A couple of old forum members were friends on bookface with him, I think.  You might be able to get in touch with him and find out where it may have gone.......MORE »
Pushead

Pushead replied to the forum post MX-250

I've lost track of it. I think that Microdomus from Norway had it and within the last year or so sold it.  After that, it's off my radar.Used KLs still sell (or are advertised, anyway) in the 5-6k USD range.......MORE »
RZK

RZK replied to the forum post Need some help guys

This isn't a good place to come for info. Especially if you want it fast.   What year is the MIJ LTD? The ESP will assuredly be of a higher quality, but if you're not one to notice such things, go with the LTD. All......MORE »
Road King

Road King replied to the forum post Road King

Well gg1 was probably a steroid user.   It is the only way to explain his transformation physically.    So his world view is distorted.   But he loves dolphins.  Do you know the oldest lie......MORE »
Pushead

Pushead replied to the forum post Need some help guys

They seem to sell between $1500 and $2200.......MORE »
RZK

RZK replied to the forum post ltd snakebyte

Custom shop LTD. That's a new one.......MORE »
RZK

RZK replied to the forum post Soldered vs no solder

I hate how everything is solderless these days. I just strip the connectors off and solder everything. Can't stand that nonsense.......MORE »
Pushead

Pushead replied to the forum post Soldered vs no solder

The soldered connections are more reliable.  Less warranty or QC claims.......MORE »
Pushead

Pushead replied to the forum post ltd snakebyte

I doubt the Custom Shop would put an LTD logo on the guitar, but it would cost Custom Shop prices.In terms of cost, you're better off buying an LTD Snakebyte and having the finish stripped.......MORE »