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LTD MH-250
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LTD MH-250

STC-Shaped Guitar from LTD belonging to the Standard MH series.

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sc@rface44 sc@rface44
Publié le 07/20/06 à 13:59
Made in Korea. 24 frets, 2 humbucker EMG ESP.
floyd rose, Tone and volume push-pull on the knob of Tone.
handle end and terribly enjoyable hyper fast! DESTRUCTIVE

UTILIZATION

The handle is perfect is exactly what I wanted to play satriani, petrucci and other virtuosos VLOC.
Access in acute is simply amazing! we can do better.
the guitar is pretty lgre and very fine it is very enjoyable!
the possibilities of sound are tight thanks to the push-pull.

SOUNDS

So yes ca ca suits my style: a big sound of Dream Theater with a set full of harmonics is terrible.
on my marshall it sounds very good.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for now while I still have a lot of things and adcouvrir exprience with this choice I would do without hsiter
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