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With the M-200, guitar players who are ready to shred have a truly affordable, high-quality guitar. The classic flat “slab” body of the M Series is offered here in mahogany, with a maple neck and roasted jatoba fingerboard with 24 extra-jumbo frets. These speedy bolt-on models with extra thin flat maple necks are being offered in Black and Neon Pink finishes, or with a flamed maple top in the M-200FM in See Thru Red and See Thru black finishes. All of them feature an LTD by Floyd Rose tremolo and powerful, punchy ESP Designed pickups.

Construction Bolt-On
Scale 25.5"
Body Mahogany
Top Flamed Maple
Neck Maple
Fingerboard Roasted Jatoba
Fingerboard Radius 350mm
Nut Width 43mm
Nut Type Locking
Neck Contour Extra Thin U
Frets/Type 24 XJ
Hardware Color Black
Strap Button Standard
Tuners LTD
Bridge LTD by Floyd Rose
Neck PU ESP Designed LH-150N
Bridge PU ESP Designed LH-150B
Electronics Passive
Electronics Layout Volume/Tone(P/P)/3-Way Switch
Strings D'Addario XL120 (.009/.011/.016/.024/.032/.042)
Case Included N
Jaiden T.

I love this guitar, pretty much the first real one i got. I got the see through red. Mine has the arrowhead inlays and the active pickups is this a different model?

Cameron  S.

Mine also have active pickups and trem mine is a m-330rfm amazing guitar and sounds great!!!

Christopher R.

I remember buying one of these when they came with floyd rose special and esp designed pickups. They were about 400 bucks i believe. I ended up selling due to tremelo stripping out. Wish they has a hard tail back then.

kusbiantoro t.

what do you mean stripping out, is it just the paint, corrosion, or the metal cracking? 

Jeff A.

Can this guitar handle D standard?

Todd B. ESP

Hi, Yes it can. All our guitars can cover a range of tunings, all you need to consider is modifying the string gauge. I would suggest at least 10-46 or 11-52 gauge would probably be best for this tuning. And you will need to readjust your bridge springs, neck truss rod tension, etc.

Izan R.

Es de puente fijo o flotante?


Carl N.

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Barry G.

I got my M200FM about 10 years ago (more or less) and it has a thru neck, black covers on the pickups and a coil tap to make the pickups single coil or humbuckers. Also has arrow shaped fret markers and a bar on the 12th fret that M-200FM on it. Also the back of the neck is also painted black.



Carl N.

thanks for sharing! I think that might have been an M-300 which we discontinued in 2014

Barry G.

Yes, looks the same except mine is black, but mine says m200fm

, did I get a better guitar than what I ordered???  

Mario T.

Hi Barry, I have the very same model you described, and also got it 10 or 12 years ago. The bar at 12th fret displays the model M200 FM

Raoul K.

same with mine. serial number starts with IR06, so it must have been made in 2006.

Tyson P.

Same as all you guys, I traded mine in just over a year ago, wish I had kept it. IR06 (I bought mine in 06) serial number as well, I had modified mine but it was neck thru M200Fm see through black, and back then they had arrowhead inlays and LH-300 pickups with cover bobbins (that i had swapped out anyway but were a lot like a passive set of EMGs). Beautiful guitars, and I paid, I think, around $700 Canadian monopoly monies for it with a case. It was also an agathis wood body with a rosewood fingerboard. I loved it, played the frets down to nothing.

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