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Old 01-07-2010, 10:11 PM
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Default NEW LTD GUITARS !!!!! one with 27 frets !

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Pretty much the same with the old ones. Except from the Silverburst and Goldtop EC1000
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The fact that they brought back neck-through LTD models excites me a bit.
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I wish the Floyded strat wasn't a friggin relic lol
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The 27 fretter looks like a Hamer Californian!
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The 27 fretter looks even MORE like a Stagemaster Custom I! Exception being the switch, I think I want one of those somehow... Somewhere.... Some way!!
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The 27 fretter looks even MORE like a Stagemaster Custom I! Exception being the switch, I think I want one of those somehow... Somewhere.... Some way!!
....and the 27 frets!!

Which by the way, really are quite useless, IMO. I used to have one of the import model Californians, which was actually a fun guitar for the price, but 25-27 seem more for flash than functionality.
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Which by the way, really are quite useless, IMO. I used to have one of the import model Californians, which was actually a fun guitar for the price, but 25-27 seem more for flash than functionality.
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I just got the LTD EC-330. Not as accurate as the Ibanez ARZ 400 on the top frets, but I like the control layout better. It's also lighter, even though they're both mahogany.
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