ESP Standard Made in Japan, rises EMG 81 and EMG 60
This model is the Gibson Les Paul new generation, modern, lightweight, fine, aesthetic Japanese magazine and sees it's class.
Color: Blue Reindeer, beautiful, nuanced class.
Use of this guitar is perfect when you love the shape Les Paul. Personally n'tant not a big fan of this form, I found that the ease on the left a little to be desired mute. Otherwise it is trslgre possde and a sustain sick.
In clean there is silence, the sound is really gnial.
In Distortion it's too dirty for me, not enough prcis, a little muddy, no attack enough. In short, I do not appreciates all the guitar sound. Compare ESP Viper, this creates guitar background noise bit dtaills.
I play punk modern rock, hardcore and pop punk: plug in my Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier (without tube screamer) apart in all directions, really made the combo amp + muddy muddy guitar. A wonder why these items are so plbiscits as I have rarely heard so bad.
This is of course my personal opinion, because I know many love this model is the brand best seller. I'm REALLY not for the Les Paul guitars, voil why my opinion is ngatif. I do not like at all how this guitar sounds distortion and I find comfort in difficult mutes.
I think it does not go well with my style of music. I think the groups have these guitars in vidos for aesthetic reason reminiscent of Gibson, so this gives a believable image and aesthetics to the group. It is my opinion not for the performance of the muddy guitar has its charm but does not correspond at all to guitaristic techniques of the era (breakdown, etc.). Voil my little bistro theory