The guitar shouldn't have the string buzz like that. But a lot of people put up with a bit of string buzz in order to have lower string action.
I'd still take the guitar to a tech in your area for a complete setup and......MORE »
I'm a fan of the guitar. I've actually eye'd that a couple of times even though I'm not actively looking for a guitar. Would still be a nice one to add to a collection just because of it's unique look.......MORE »
That's one of the issues with a floating Floyd Rose style bridge. They're not exactly easy to change string gauge or tunings quickly. There are hundreds of videos about Floyd Rose setup and/or restringing on......MORE »
A reputable tech won't have an issue. Ask other musicians in your area for someone they recommend.
In the 20-somesuch years I've been playing, I've had the nuts replaced on 10 or so guitars. Sometimes they break,......MORE »
Just take the guitar to your tech. He'll either have or order what is right for the guitar.
Typically, I'd stay away from a pre-made nut. Your tech will have the tools and should have the experience to make a......MORE »
Realistically, $200-300. I've seen it on Cleveland's Craiglist, and knowing the buyers on there, probably the low side. Possibly a bit more for the right buyer, but not likely. With the finish stripped, I......MORE »
They didn't do that back in the late 90s. They just had LTD as the inlay.
They show an M-250 in the catalog with dots and an LTD inlay, but with two single coils. It's hard to tell from your pictures,......MORE »
What all have you tried to do to test your setup? I don't mean to offer "simple" solutions, but since you didn't mention anything you've tried, it's hard to diagnose the problem.
From simple, easy, "duh" tests to......MORE »