I just bought a new see-thru dark cherry sunburst ec-256fm. Since that color is no longer on the website here, I assume it's been discontinued. I'm just curious when LTD stopped making them. I'm just trying to date which year mine was made. Is there a way to see what year my new AXE was made? Just curious.
Hi Phatmanswingin, please contact our customer service team and they can help you if you give them some photos and serial number. THeir email is firstname.lastname@example.org . I believe this model is an exclusive that we make for GC, so it is not on our site but you can still purchase them from GC.
Hi, I saw a ltd ec-256 similar as this one, but it looks like orange. I found that guitar is a special edition to UK. I want to know if is possible to get that guitar now
Like the Apettite for Destruction Les Paul Slash
Hi Carlos, We don't produce an orange model for this series currently. The only available colors are on our website.
I bought my 256FM and its been a dream come true. I was at the time debating between an Epiphone Les Paul and the 256FM and boy did i made the right choice! The thing looks awesome and plays excellent. I definitely will be buying another ESP guitar in the future.
Hi Fuzzface2018, Thanks for posting your review here. We're happy to hear how much you like your new guitar! Thanks for choosing ESP!
Wanted to buy this one from ProAudioStar too (like M-200) but given poor experience with M-200 (see comment in M-200 pink thread) didn't go for it.
Which LTD eclipse version is as thick as JH Iron Cross? Thanks.
Hi Maxim, Sorry about your experience with this dealer. I replied to your other comment. Please contact the dealer to help you solve your issue with damages. For our EC series, all our EC-256, EC-400, EC-401, EC-1000 have the same body shape/thickness as the JH Iron Cross. Our standard body thickness for these is 50mm. But we have a couple models with "traditional or full thickness" of 60mm. Those models are the EC-1000T (Traditional Thickness).
Is this jatoba fretboard (like specs say) or rosewood (like vido says)? Thanks.
Hi Maxim, We used to use rosewood for most of our instruments until last year when there was a significant change in trade laws for rosewood. Since then we've changed our fingerboard materials from rosewood. This model is currently being built and sold with a Jatoba fingerboard. The video was probably made before we made this change.
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