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Pushead replied to the forum post Info about this KH-2

It's hard to say, but I think used KH-2s are selling around $1000 USD. I'd check eBay for completed (sold) listings to get an idea.......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post http://intelligentadvices.com/break-up-pills/

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Pushead replied to the forum post Info about this KH-2

No, it isn't a "Custom Shop" guitar.  It was a production line guitar, but that doesn't mean is isn't a high quality instrument.......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post KH-2 Vintage too hot/trebly??

How different do the neck pickups sound?......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post The Fake ESP Thread

Bam!  Called it:http://www.schecterguitars.com/international/media/k2/attachments/2005_Catalog.pdfWhat you have there is a Schecter C-1 Elite with an LTD decal and truss rod cover.  I don't know why someone would......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post The Fake ESP Thread

Looks more like a Schecter than an LTD.  Photos are kind of small, so it's difficult to tell, but the LTD logo looks questionable.I can't say that I've ever seen that 12th fret inlay on an LTD before.This model doesn't......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post EC-1000 Deluxe Pickup Spacing

For the EC1000 you want the short shaft pots and Floyd spacing (ESP uses a wider string spacing on their TOM bridges as well.)......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post KH-2 Vintage too hot/trebly??

Check the quick-connect at the bridge pickup, and then check (and resolder) the connections at the pots and jack.  If that doesn't seem to fix it, try swapping the bridge pickup with the bridge pickup out of the......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post The Fake ESP Thread

I've never seen one in the blue urban camo splatter, but everything in the photos I saw on Reverb look super tight.  I'd go with legit.......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post Serial Number Check?

No real idea when the started moving guitars to other factories, but the late 90s to early 2000s is a pretty good guess for when the guitar was made.......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post WTB ESP Explorer EET FUK

30.  The difference between 220 and 250 is 30.......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post Serial Number Check?

Nah, that's good.  Must be the reflection in the other pic.......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post Serial Number Check?

Any chance we could get a better photo of the LTD logo?I have an MH-301 from around 02-03 with a 6 digit code, made in Korea with a U prefix.  I didn't think the 100 level guitars were Korean even then, but I might be......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post Is that Guitar real ESP

The logos are correct, the placement of the circle logo on the back is correct.  The made in Japan and serial number font, location and system is correct.  The fretboards and inlays look correct and they just look......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post NGD! So I stopped working out, and...

Looks great!  I think it's a nice variation on a double cut LP style.......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post LTD F-200B string questions

No worries man, the FAQ is easily overlooked.  I'm a guitarist that picked up bass in a band after years of guitar playing, so I had no idea what string sizes I'd want.On a "regular" guitar, I like heavier strings. ......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post LTD F-200B string questions

I think more importantly (at first) is what gauge of string you might be used to, and how you'll have the baritone tuned.  How do you feel about the string size that's currently on the guitar?According to the FAQ on the......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post Is that Guitar real ESP

Both guitars are real.......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post E-II Eclipse vs Ltd EC-1000 Neck

That's where I'd say an Eclipse neck fits.  I have 60's necked Gibsons and 50's necked Gibsons and the Eclipse is right in the middle.  Round like the 50's but thinner.......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post E-II Eclipse vs Ltd EC-1000 Neck

I find the ESP and E-II necks on an Eclipse to match the LTD EC models, though the shape you describe doesn't quite match what I expect. I'm used to the necks being fairly rounded throughout, and not especially round at the......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post TuRRRtle Power!

Nah, it's not that.  Now that we've had one parade, we look for any excuse to have another one. ......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post TuRRRtle Power!

  http://www.wkyc.com/sports/nfl/browns/a-cleveland-browns-perfect-season-parade-is-in-the-works/351114504......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post ESP Viper Urban Camo gets glossy

Unfortunately not.  It's how matte finishes react to being touched.  A combination of the oils in your skin and any friction from movement cause a polishing effect. It's not just guitars it happens to, anything with......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post My ESP LH-150 melted -- need to replace them.

There isn't anywhere that speficically tells you.  The trembuckers (and F-spaced for other brands) work from the idea that guitars with tremolo bridge systems have the strings slightly further apart.  I think even......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post TuRRRtle Power!

He took one hell of a shot at the end.  Knocked his helmet most of the way off.......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post My ESP LH-150 melted -- need to replace them.

The humbuckers are one size fits all, though the spacing of the poles (screw faces) vary.  For your guitar, you'd be looking F-spaced (I think they consider them "Trembucker" size with Seymour Duncan).......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post Please help me wire this guitar

No problem, man.  Good luck!......MORE »
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Pushead replied to the forum post Please help me wire this guitar

No 9V battery connector is needed.  The EMG HZ pickups are not active, they're passive.  What you will need is a capacitor of some sort to work with the tone pot.Here's a better diagram to use for your......MORE »