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LTD M-200FM [2004-2009]
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STC-Shaped Guitar from LTD belonging to the Standard M series

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  • jembondjembond

    LTD M-200FM [2004-2009]Published on 06/15/06 at 08:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Indonesia
    24 cargo XJ
    Micro LH300 with a conventional 3-position selector
    Vibrato licensed floyd
    one volume, one tone, which is also used for micro splitter
    table set neck with rosewood cross.
    Corp. in Agathis and flamed maple.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is slightly thicker and rounder than Ibanez.
    it is remarkably comfortable, I play many hours on it when I bought it and no cramping or fatigue in the fingers, a real pleasure.
    solos half easily and it's a guitar solo is no problem for the last fret, even me who does not have very long fingers.
    the weight is average, two times less than a gibson and more than 2fois JS1000.
    I think the area is the metal and ha…
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    Made in Indonesia
    24 cargo XJ
    Micro LH300 with a conventional 3-position selector
    Vibrato licensed floyd
    one volume, one tone, which is also used for micro splitter
    table set neck with rosewood cross.
    Corp. in Agathis and flamed maple.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is slightly thicker and rounder than Ibanez.
    it is remarkably comfortable, I play many hours on it when I bought it and no cramping or fatigue in the fingers, a real pleasure.
    solos half easily and it's a guitar solo is no problem for the last fret, even me who does not have very long fingers.
    the weight is average, two times less than a gibson and more than 2fois JS1000.
    I think the area is the metal and hand metallica (which sounds also very good) I do not play a lot of plays pas.Je Satriani so all this to say what can be very polivalente.
    I chose this guitar because for the price one has a floyd, but certainly not an original, it very well the road maintenance.

    SOUNDS

    As soon as I connect my MG100DFX (order online and never try before), it sounded like I wanted to direct, long sustain acute beautiful massage my present good soft and very soft ear, but big bass precise.des medium with a very slight edge. I intended to invest in cowardice in the famous EMG 81 and done I will keep the original microphone for the moment because it suits me very well and lots of potatoes has the pick attack. the only time I play with EMG cétait on KH2 and compared to this guitar, the M200 is very good.
    one detail: the pickup selector makes no noise at a selection (my old guitar cétait horrible).
    I dreaded the body Agathis that what I read is far from the best wood, but I am far from disappointed by the violin, the guitar sounds great vacuum, and even better now that my old mahogany guitar.
    So a nice 10 for sound because it's what I was looking exctement.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for some days.
    + Find a sound and a table worthy of the name was comparing my old Cort M600 which was beginning to take Lage. (Rest his soul!)
    + Even if the vibrato is a licensed Floyd yours is very good agreement, I do not know to use it for now so I tortured for hours and not need reacorder.
    The report quelité Price is exellent and the further notice after I've read on the model of ESP LTD, LTD is a very good value for money, it is not very different from the series so I think MH is the color that will make you look for one or the other.
    buy black and completely different from the picture I saw.
    experience with the choice and I will do it again just be that I go up to 81 EMG later.
    - Er. voi I not now because I'm too glad, but not be that within a few weeks I will have and I will add them to the notice.
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