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AC-10E, Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from LTD in the Xtone AC series.

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LTD AC-10E tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: LTD
  • Model: AC-10E
  • Series: Xtone AC
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 12/07/2011

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LTD AC-10E user reviews

Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 2 reviews )
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heads on fire12/29/2011

heads on fire's review"Nice, stylish acoustic electric on a budget."

Set-Neck Construction
25.5" Scale
Mahogany Back & Sides
Spruce Top
Mahogany Neck
Rosewood Fingerboard
42mm Standard Nut
Thin U Neck Contour
20 XJ Frets
Chrome Hardware
ESP Tuners
Rosewood Bridge
ESP Piezo Pickup
ESP 2-Band Preamp w/ Onboard Tuner
Finish: BLK, PW (Pearl White), TSB (Tobacco Sunburst)
1/4" output jack


This guitar is so fun to play! I can't believe how inexpensive it is - when I first picked it up, it played like a high-end electric! The notes just jumped off the neck with ease - effortlessly. The build quality on this is pretty nice at this price point, and just strumming a single chord on this baby was all it took to give an accurate idea just how good that quality is. As I kept playing, my initial impressions were confirmed - this is a real winner in terms of features, playability, and stylishness.


The AC10E has a nice, shimmering tone unplugged. The high-end is clear, with a midrange scoop, and a present but not boosted bass. Strumming the guitar hard, the top compresses the tone with a sweet quality, almost like a nice ribbon microphone. However, this guitar isn't recommended for singer/songwriters that have an especially boisterous singing voice - the guitar has some projection, but it doesn't get too terribly loud.

Plugged in, the guitar was so surprising - the pickup sounded very life-like, with an extra brilliance that the unplugged sound didn't portray. Also, the midrange was more noticeable, letting the guitar breathe more.


Overall, this is quite a nice choice for an acoustic electric on a budget. The playability is second to none at this price range, the tone is quite nice unplugged and plugged in, and the looks are pretty distinctive. I'd recommend checking one out even just as a knock-around guitar for players that have a large collection!
Kurtis Koban12/20/2012

Kurtis Koban's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Metal-acoustic?"

Mahogany body and neck
Rosewood Fingerboard
20 frets
ESP Electronic
Finishes: Black, Pearl White, Sunburst


Firstly, the weight surprised me ^ ^ it is super light, so I felt like she was going to break into the hands (of 8 shot ^ ^) but the finish looks good; )

The handle runs well no worries this level.


I tested without an amp and 15 minutes (mostly to see how ESP was doing outside of the solid-body) it looks pretty even if I cling too much to the unamplified sound. Let me explain, the sound of metal strings was very personal and it bothers me a bit but once plugged into an amp right it should no longer hear ^ ^


As I said, it was a test of 15 minutes in tears just to see what it was.
I say all this to let you know what I think compared to my Ibanez. The sound is not very different transplanted more metal "smaller" dispersion perspective, I conclude that this guitar is designed to be plugged into an amp

The seller told me about 250 € Basically, it gives you an idea ;) I personally do not regret my ibanez acoustic sonority clean I like better but I could really fall for this beast if I had the utility ^ ^ (and sub XD)

The finish is really nice for the price in any case ;)

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