But I have one legit ESP guitar that's cheap, but is totally legit. That guitar is the ESP ltd m10 black. Made in Vietnam.
It's hard to tell from the photos, but the leather jackets appear to be fake, too.......MORE »
Yes, it uses power, even when not in use. The same goes for anything with a wall-wart, like normal pedals, cell phone chargers, etc. Anything that changes AC to DC stays on, even if the device is off.For those who......MORE »
It's real. It's strange that it came from the US, because I'd expect the circle logo. I would have guessed it was made for the Japanese market. I typically see the "more unique" guitars coming from......MORE »
Wild.I feel better about the authenticity after seeing the truss rod cavity and the logo. That's just a really wide headstock for an Eclipse style. It's almost an L5 body shape (a Gibson hollow-body). I'd......MORE »
I'd like to see better photos of the guitar, especially the ESP inlay. If/when you upload them, select the "large" setting in the photo options.The neck is certainly maple, of that there is no doubt. The rest,......MORE »
It looks like some version of the 901 (MV 901?). I'm not used to seeing them with a squared-off fretboard. The controls are also different from what I'm used to seeing. Here's what I'm more familiar with,......MORE »
I love seeing everyone elses guitar collection pictures si I thought I'd post up mine. This is my collection of LTD's, I have a few other brands that I'll post some pictures of later.
My personal......MORE »
Nah, it's not needed. The guitar is legit, but I have no idea why there isn't a serial number on the back of the headstock. The number you have doesn't mean anything other than an entry to a drawing.......MORE »
That is correct! With all the wood glue where the break was at it is now the strongest part of the whole guitar.
Of course! I'm glad we got it working!
I will eventually get an MX-250 or an ESP EXP......MORE »
A little while ago I purchased an EXP-200 with a broken neck off Ebay. I thought it would be a cool project to fix it up and get it working again.
Me and my guitar tech started working on it......MORE »
Not that it might suck, but with no model number and someone with expectations of something like an LTD 400 series or something, it's going to fall short.$50 sounds like a pretty fair price for it. Enjoy!......MORE »