The finish is called aged vintage black.
24.75" set neck
22 xj frets
volume for neck
volume for bridge
tone - push pull - pull up to spilt the neck and bridge pickups into single coils.
mahogany body maple......MORE »
Serial number on the fret board puts you around 1995 / 1996, model was orignially the h2 and later became the h 200 - should say LTD on the neck at the 12th fret, I have two made out what appears to be Basswood......MORE »
Buy it, they are great guitars, I have an ESP eclipse standard and I like my ltd 256 almost as much
sounded good to begin with, I put a seymour duncans in mine and now it sounds even better.
this pickups are crooked binding is wavy and the neck has gaps all around it. I would not accept that from the custom shop. Joking, I know its a mock up, I think it will look really good. I personally......MORE »
I use music nomad f-one fretboard oil. - safe on all unfinished woods. I have been using it for years to clean rosewood and ebony necks with no problems.
Check out their website, They have every type of......MORE »
looks correct, the relic pattern is different than on mine. Mine was made vietnam and it appears that this one is marked made in china.
This is not a particularly expensive or rare guitar so I don't see much......MORE »
It's an ltd - it say's so on the headstock and on the neck
this should date to between 1996-1998, it's an LTD EC-200.
It could be Japanese, but it's more likely to be korean made.
similar to my Blue......MORE »
Congrats its a beautiful guitar. I was looking at that last week. And thinking damn i would like to buy it. But due to the unique shape of the guitar my wife would certainly realize that a new guitar had arrived......MORE »
Sorry to hear that, would have thought the seymour duncans would have sounded better, but they are probably the problem, the 59 gets muddy and dark in a tele neck position, i tried one in my 202.
not a bad price for that, I think they go for about $650 new, There is a blue esp ron wood on reverb for $800, but it went thru a fire so it has some stains from that.
I saw a red one somewhere else in really......MORE »
way to dig up a five year old thread I don't suspect the OP is still looking for an anwser.
for those looking at these.
Christopher H. wrote 6 days ago
Pits been a while since I've......MORE »
Really nice guitar, i have the te 202,same guitar but the earlier version that has been reliced. it sounded good and played great. I put a used set of seymour duncans in it that I found on ebay, now it sounds as good as......MORE »
VAMPIRE SG WITH EMGS ARE SELLING AROUND $450 NEW
VAMPIRE SG USED SHOULD BRING AROUND $250 - $300
VAMPIRE SG WITHOUT THE EMGS IS PRETTY MUCH WORTHLESS UNLESS YOU FIND SOMEONE WHO LIKES THE ART BUT WANTS PASSIVES.
First thing I would do, if you have not tried this already, is raise the pickups close to the strings - That will give you a lot more output. Also you can raise and lower the individual pickup screws to......MORE »
Agree pic 1 is a minor defect , pic 2 and pic 3 are fairly typical, I think you are making to big a deal of it.
If you look carefully very few guitars are perfect.
The only guitars I can't find......MORE »
I live in the US in Virginia, My wife is from the UK, I spent a lot of time over there before she moved here.
I have from time to time considered buying ESP Models that were not available in the US market......MORE »
I looked that up on the uk government website, you are correct about the VAT, under the uk's duty relief act a retailer does not have to collect VAT if they can prove the item left the UK and EU,