Silas H.

Will these also be updated to stainless steel frets, like the other new 1000-series ltds?

Carl N.

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Nick K.

Do these come fairly well set up from the factory? 

Carl N.

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Richie K.

What's up with the limited choice of colors?? Where's the white, black, cream, orange..ect. I'd buy a few, can't see buying the faded ones..

Carl N.

thanks for the insight!

bennie c.

I am wondering about the tuning. What is the difference between LTD locking and a Complete Floyd Rose bridge? And how do you tune the LTD Locking? I currently play on an KH LTD and i love everything about the guitar however I am looking for something i can tune a bit easier with alternate tunings. Would this be an appropriate guitar for that?

Carl N.

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Mark F.

The nut locks on the Floyd Rose system, leaving bolts and 'claws' at 'fret 0'. 

 

The strings are locked to the tuning machine posts by bolts that go through the tuner from the back of the tuner, or locking pieces that go down into the tuner from the front, just depending on the manufacturer of the tuner.   The tuner presses the string against the post as you tighten, and you don't have to tie them off to the posts.

Scott P.

I had been considering purchasing this model for some time now. Well.....I finally pulled the trigger and pick one up! I own about six other (HIGH END) ESP’s including a standard series M2 NTB! And I have to say this axe exceeded my expectations! Great guitar for the price! If you’re thinking of getting one DO IT! Great build.....just as good as a E2 or an older standard series (Japan)

Love It!!

Cheers Brothers!

Carl N.

Thanks for sharing, glad you enjoy it