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ESP MH-50 Electric Guitar with Tremolo

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The ESP MH-50 Electric Guitar with Tremolo is equipped to rock. This basswood-bodied baby does the deed with LH-150 pickups commanded by a 3-way togg...Click To Read More About This Product

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Burnin', divebombing action on a budget.

The ESP MH-50 Electric Guitar with Tremolo is equipped to rock. This basswood-bodied baby does the deed with LH-150 pickups commanded by a 3-way toggle. The maple/rosewood neck/fretboard has 24 XJ frets with name and dot inlays. The locking trem lets you whammy your way into rockin' madness.

FEATURES
Bolt-on neck
25.5" scale
Basswood body
Maple neck
Rosewood fingerboard
Locking nut
42mm neck width
Thin U neck contour
24 XJ Frets
Chrome hardware
ESP tuners
Floyd Rose Special Bridge
ESP LH-150 bridge and neck humbuckers
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ESPMH-50 Electric Guitar with Tremolo
 
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Comments about ESP MH-50 Electric Guitar with Tremolo:

5 Years later this is still my baby. I've had other guitars since, and I still have a lot of pleasure playing on my mh50. I love everything about this guitar, its light, has fast neck, and easy to play. Some complain about strings too low but it is perfect. With the Floyd Rose itÆs a breeze changing the strings and the double locking neck is a serious plus for keeping it tune. The only drawback to this fine guitar is the stock pickups. They are weak, and tend to be muddy. While it is adequate for practice, it sounds under powered at high volumes but if you put on 81/85 on this guitar you have just transformed it into a MH400.-CHECK OUT THE PRICE TAG.

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