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ESP M-II NTB Urban Camo
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STC-Shaped Guitar from ESP belonging to the M-II series.

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  • exorgeneexorgene

    ESP M-II NTB Urban CamoPublished on 06/04/06 at 14:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Body: Alder
    Neck: Maple
    Fingerboard: Ebony with white binding
    Construction: Neck-thru body
    Scale: 25.5 "
    Inlays: Dots w / ESP at 12th Fret
    Neck Pickup: EMG-81
    Bridge Pickup: EMG-81
    Hardware: Black
    Bridge: Original Floyd Rose
    Tuners: Deluxe Gotoh
    Frets: 24 XJ
    Controls: Volume, 3-way toggle switch
    Colour: Urban Camo

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a tiny perfect my taste our wonderful though it slides each access to acute and nikel Start with a shape and the color Urban Camo well an exemplary finish, weight, well we'll say that if you play 30min see that there the big sound of the amp that makes you notice what is the. And sound: a tiny BMOL is that as nya dessu…
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    Body: Alder
    Neck: Maple
    Fingerboard: Ebony with white binding
    Construction: Neck-thru body
    Scale: 25.5 "
    Inlays: Dots w / ESP at 12th Fret
    Neck Pickup: EMG-81
    Bridge Pickup: EMG-81
    Hardware: Black
    Bridge: Original Floyd Rose
    Tuners: Deluxe Gotoh
    Frets: 24 XJ
    Controls: Volume, 3-way toggle switch
    Colour: Urban Camo

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a tiny perfect my taste our wonderful though it slides each access to acute and nikel Start with a shape and the color Urban Camo well an exemplary finish, weight, well we'll say that if you play 30min see that there the big sound of the amp that makes you notice what is the. And sound: a tiny BMOL is that as nya dessu EMG 81, and not from seymour, prsonnelement I love the EMG and the scratches they monstrueu is hard then for me its me not drang.

    SOUNDS

    <META L> it is made for this I told him to change his basic set of strings (too small in my government) to him a great big mttre 11.58 Drop D skull and is HUGE! the large bulk of the trs PRCI well as any extreme violence of all its on my amp a Hughes & Ketner matrix 100 with its 412 well Bafle celestion my distortion pedals a cradle metal to line 6. And if the versatility is amazing we can all do with blus like rock but its true domain rste metal.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use depui about 2 months, all its particularity is nothing wrong for me it has all the particularity, the ESP's hard to try trs unless there is a rare PRS dealer in your area. RAPORT money is a must ESPdonc ymttre the price and worth, without a single second I hsiter remake that choice.
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  • hekeohekeo

    ESP M-II NTB Urban CamoPublished on 08/25/08 at 05:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Everything is already indicated.

    I put a 8 because I find it unfortunate that there is only one ale knobs for the two microphones.

    UTILIZATION

    So there ...

    The handle is a nice! Super fast but not too late we feel we have a scratch on hand but this is not a log. It is a form of strat 'so no complaints in terms of ergonomics.

    As for the sound is very precise (EMG ESP 81 + quality ...) but one side is a shame that there have not put an EMG 60 EMG 85 or a history of making the animal more versatile. The sound is very powerful, plug on the Mesa-Boogie or ENGL and you cry ;-)

    SOUNDS

    I play mainly heavy metal and hard rock. I do a little blues on occasion. It is the…
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    Everything is already indicated.

    I put a 8 because I find it unfortunate that there is only one ale knobs for the two microphones.

    UTILIZATION

    So there ...

    The handle is a nice! Super fast but not too late we feel we have a scratch on hand but this is not a log. It is a form of strat 'so no complaints in terms of ergonomics.

    As for the sound is very precise (EMG ESP 81 + quality ...) but one side is a shame that there have not put an EMG 60 EMG 85 or a history of making the animal more versatile. The sound is very powerful, plug on the Mesa-Boogie or ENGL and you cry ;-)

    SOUNDS

    I play mainly heavy metal and hard rock. I do a little blues on occasion. It is therefore almost perfectly. Group no longer I play mostly at home with a pod X3 (yes I know it sucks but hey ...) The sound is always perfect just need to adjust the amps correctly. In this distortion of happiness on the other hand to clean it sounds not super great. You really have the lamp and proper adjustment in order to take full advantage of the ability to scratching.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been a year and a half that I played with this guitar and apart from the clean sound a bit cold and the fact that there have 2 EMG 81 I find this great scratching. I'm not ready to change.
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