LTD used that logo for a while in the early 2000s. I have my doubts that it's a 2006 model, but I can't read the serial number.My guess is that it's legit, and that it's from around 2002-2004. The product catalogs......MORE »
The best description of the difference between the Eclipse I and Eclipse II is the figured maple top. If there's figuring, it's an Eclipse II; if not, it's an Eclipse I. I don't know what (if any) extra......MORE »
Here's the gouged out area on the original(?) KH-2 that received the caution sticker. It's a frame capture of the video from the DVD Ogrullo Pasion y Gloria show from 2009. He played that guitar quite a......MORE »
I'd be more likely to believe that Bob purchased the guitar used. The guitar wasn't particularly authentic to Kirk's damage, even when the model was new. The red "Caution" sticker was added to a black refinished......MORE »
Look at the part number on the jack, and search that on Google. You'll find places that sell the part, as it's probably a fairly common piece. I had to replace all of the jacks on a friends Fender amp the same......MORE »
It still looks legit to me. It's definitely been refinished, and the pickups are new, but I said that in my first post here. I'd like to see another photo of the volute (bump on the back of the headstock).I've......MORE »
Most definitely fake. Lots of tells, but the headstock shape and ESP circle logo on the back are two easy tells.
There are a bunch of other tells as well, but no need to list them for someone else who is looking to......MORE »
The guitar was built in one of the Korean factories that build guitars for dozens of brands. World Musical Instruments (for instance) builds for LTD and Schecter, but also for other brands like Samik, PRS SE, Dean, DBZ,......MORE »
Well, the question is where else will you find one? Not very common, and no other ones on eBay. If you want it, that's the price you'll have to pay.
But I don't expect that anyone will pay that price for......MORE »