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Someone in Italy is selling a pair of IVs, price is ridiculous but you get the point. These are great guitars....
It's most likely the posts, I have an old ESP I haven't got around to setting up properly but as soon as I detuned the strings it was evident how...
Arms and screws here...
Yeah the ghost flame/flame top GJ/Stars models don't show up very often. And when they do they get snapped up pretty quickly.
Nice, I saw that one the other day. Needs a bit of TLC but decent price for one of the higher end Japanese Jacksons.
Too many things wrong with it.
Almost always direct mounted humbucker, tuner screws should face towards the nut not away from it.
Modding hi-end guitars like this would annoy a lot of collector snobs haha.
Don't want this thread to go OT, but I only recently got back into guitars two years ago. I used to browse a ton of forums in the early 2000s as a...
I remember hearing about that too when they changed from Floyd Rose branded trems to their own in-house version.
Anyway, they all come with these...
Add the Stealth to the list (the diamond plate of course)
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I have a 2016 swamp ash model, build quality is excellent.
Are you sure an Ibanez trem is going to fit the route?
Might be better off just buying a Floyd Rose Pro.
Pointy horns/rounded horns?
You can save yourself some grief by going with a more traditional shape and not having to worry about...
Boogie Street died along with the custom shop after U.S. Music got bought out.
Some info on the small shop that now builds the USA models:...
Yep hard pass on any mention of warp.
The reverse headstock version of the ProAxe Deluxe has a little more collectability among Kramer nuts. They...
How to ruin a community in one easy step. Way to go ESP!
This is the ball park of all my buys to Oz from Yahoo auctions as well.
It sucks but Japan has so many cool guitars for sale. Picked up a mint...
The more you look at older ESP strats online the better idea you'll get of what a legit one looks like.
Chances of finding one in a random guitar...