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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-18-2007, 07:19 PM Thread Starter
 
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Stephen Carpenter/Deftones fans

ESP apparently have a cheaper 7-string model out, as well as a nice Green 7 in the regular expensive range
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-19-2007, 09:33 PM
 
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Re: Stephen Carpenter/Deftones fans

they have a nice range of steph. carpenter sigs, yeah... 27 inch scale baritone 7 strings and such... they have them in both ESP磗 and LTD versions, LTD being the 创epiphone创 or 创squier创 of ESP... not really worse, but it doesen磘 have the ESP brand name, and it might be produced cheaper... not meaning it磗 not as good though, just cheaper :P

if you read the specs from the esp磗 and the ltd磗, they spec up the same, pickups and all... so unless the name 创ltd创 bothers you, they磖e great!

boy, that was a needless amount of words...
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Re: Stephen Carpenter/Deftones fans

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ESP apparently have a cheaper 7-string model out, as well as a nice Green 7 in the regular expensive range
Cool, I really like that model because it's based on the Horizon.

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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-21-2007, 03:11 AM
 
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Re: Stephen Carpenter/Deftones fans

No 7, but I do have this:

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post #5 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-21-2007, 12:57 PM Thread Starter
 
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Re: Stephen Carpenter/Deftones fans

Sexy guitar you have there, even looks good in b+w!

Shame they've stopped doing those 6es now. Not that I like the cluttered pickup layout. Looks like it'd get in the way of some serious rocking out. For myself anyway.
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they have a nice range of steph. carpenter sigs, yeah... 27 inch scale baritone 7 strings and such... they have them in both ESP磗 and LTD versions, LTD being the 创epiphone创 or 创squier创 of ESP... not really worse, but it doesen磘 have the ESP brand name, and it might be produced cheaper... not meaning it磗 not as good though, just cheaper :P

if you read the specs from the esp磗 and the ltd磗, they spec up the same, pickups and all... so unless the name 创ltd创 bothers you, they磖e great!

boy, that was a needless amount of words...
It's such a surprisingly minor difference between the models, yeah. If you look at ESP/LTD signature models there's barely more difference than the machineheads used. I'm really annoyed I've only ever tried 2 ESPs/LTDs in my life, they look like they'd be so nice to play.
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No 7, but I do have this:

Very cool!

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post #8 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-21-2007, 11:18 PM
 
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It's such a surprisingly minor difference between the models, yeah. If you look at ESP/LTD signature models there's barely more difference than the machineheads used. I'm really annoyed I've only ever tried 2 ESPs/LTDs in my life, they look like they'd be so nice to play.
i磛e only played a couple myself too, a cheap one that a friend of mine has, and the james hetfield truckster one (LTD version)...

and the only difference between the ESP and LTD Truckster is that the ltd has a more 创fake创 paintjob...
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