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Old 03-21-2008, 11:07 AM
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I might just be lucky enough to get one of these (It's my dream affordable guitar, i.e under 1000 pounds...just) does anyone have anyinformation on how it plays..Also are the any better trems than the original floyd, i.e it pull up more or dive bomb more ect lo pro's come to mind but ive never owned one.

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The 1000 series LTD's are awesome guitars, no doubt. The MH-1000NT and EC-1000 I've played were really high quality guitars and played very well. The Original Floyd Rose is a very, very good tremolo and when set-up properly, will NOT go out of tune. Period. As for giving you more range, I can't give you any advice there because I'm not too big on using the tremolo in that manner.

Definately grab one if you can. More than worth it.
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The floyd will get you to wiggly... What might I ask is beyond wiggly?

As for pull up it depends on how the floyd is mounted, Floating or flush, Recessed, non-recessed.. etc....

If there is a better trem than an OFR, I haven't heard about it....

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The floyd will get you to wiggly... What might I ask is beyond wiggly?

As for pull up it depends on how the floyd is mounted, Floating or flush, Recessed, non-recessed.. etc....

If there is a better trem than an OFR, I haven't heard about it....

+1, OFR is the way to go
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its an awesome guitar. i have had mine for a year and a half. plays great and the action i can get i super low with no buzz. i have an esp mII as well and the ltd plays almost as smooth !
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Sorry new at this picture thing. lol

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maybe this is it lol sorry I am trying to get picture to appear

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There ya go.. nice axe!!
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niiiiiice!!! LTD 1000 series are cool guitars. I had played an EC1000 and it blew out lesters studio for breakfast!
I love the pearl bindings and the inlays
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Thanks man. Yea I like this guitar a lot plays great !
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