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ESP Electric Guitar Sale - Examples: ESP LTD SN-1000W - £599 / ESP LTD VIPER 7 £499 / ESP LTD EC-256FM £339 Delivered @ Andertons
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ESP Electric Guitar Sale - Examples: ESP LTD SN-1000W - £599 / ESP LTD VIPER 7 £499 / ESP LTD EC-256FM £339 Delivered @ Andertons

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Posted 30th Apr
Evening all, you might have noticed me posting a few guitars here and there
Recently I picked out a few ESP models and posted them as prices are incredibly good. So I have decided to post a load of the others all together, so that I'm not spamming those that aren't interested in guitars.

I have listed them below with next best prices and then the saving vs that price below. At the bottom are a couple of interesting models, for those that like extra strings. There's an 8 string fanned fretted beaut, and the LTD Viper 7 string.

The others I posted are HERE , if you want to see the comments on those specifically. I haven't included them in this list at all, these are all fresh as a daisy. Savings seem crazy vs other retailers, which is awesome if you've been eyeing any of them up elsewhere

Enjoy



ESP LTD EC-256FM in Lemon Drop £339

  • Next Best is the same price via GAK, although it's on back order - Otherwise £369
  • Current Saving - £30 - Okay not a huge saving, but a nice lower end model
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ESP LTD SN-1000W in Pearl White - £599

  • Next Best Price - £888
  • Current Saving - £289

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ESP LTD MH-400NTM NS Standard Series Electric Guitar In Natural - £499

  • Next Best Price - £699
  • Current Saving - £200
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ESP LTD MH-400M Standard Series Electric Guitar In Natural Satin - £499
Next Best Price - £753.15
Current Saving - £254.15

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8 String - ESP LTD M-1008 Multi-Scale in See Thru Black Satin - £799

  • Next Best Price - £1,226
  • Current Saving - £427
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7 String - ESP LTD VIPER 7 Black Metal Deluxe 7-String in Black Satin - £499

  • Next Best Price - £735
  • Current Saving - £236

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7 String -ESP LTD SC-607B Baritone Stephen Carpenter Signature 7-String Electric Guitar In Purple Satin - £699

  • Next Best Price - £1,159.61
  • Current Saving £460

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Was beginning to think you were going to post them all as individual deals some decent savings but gonna go PRS this time... the lure is to great
Jonmurgie30/04/2020 18:38

Was beginning to think you were going to post them all as individual deals …Was beginning to think you were going to post them all as individual deals some decent savings but gonna go PRS this time... the lure is to great


Haha! Yeah, well... I saw a couple just browsing around, then decided to filter the ESP models out. (or in?)
My thinking was that you lot would karate chop me if I posted them on their own.

I've worked through them all and compared them to make sure they're all the best out there for each, and they are by a long shot in some cases.

I feel you on the PRS front, I ended up giving in to one last year
Edited by: "Ken" 30th Apr
Some beauties there Ken
So pardon my ignorance and this really is an honest question - why would I buy this as opposed to Gibson or Fender? Not looking for flack here but can you advise?
goldfishtrad30/04/2020 20:40

So pardon my ignorance and this really is an honest question - why would I …So pardon my ignorance and this really is an honest question - why would I buy this as opposed to Gibson or Fender? Not looking for flack here but can you advise?


Hi, although Gibson and Fender make some very nice instruments, they aren't necessarily the best for all. If that were the case, every guitarist would have one or the other (or both) However, they are classics and I'd imagine most beginners would want to own them. As you experiment with different guitars and styles you quickly realise there's much more to picking an instrument than a brand name and it's heritage.

For instance, your play style, preferred neck shape / width, sound, weight, features, finish, bridge options, pickups etc... These are just some of the things that come to mind. I have a few guitars and they all play incredibly differently. You might be able to technically play the same thing on all of them, but the sound and feel is so much different.

My ibanez has jumbo frets and a very fast slim neck. I can whip around the fretboard much faster on that when comparing to my PRS. However the PRS has a warmer tone, deeper neck and a fuller sound. I use it for rhythm and not so fast lead. I'll switch out for my Ibanez if I want to go wild on that front.

Bottom line would be that because a brand name is well thought of and has a very good history, it doesn't mean you'll feel comfortable with it over another make. You'll often pay a rather large premium for those brands too. In some cases it's warranted, but for most they are probably not worth it.

Both Gibson and Fender have cheaper alternatives with the Epiphone and Squire ranges. The latest Epiphones are great value for money when we see promos especially, whereas their Gibson counterparts are well over triple when it comes to pricing. Best thing for you to do would be to go try some guitars out once we're out of lockdown. You'll see what I mean

I could go on but my fingers hurt and I am fairly sure you're asleep
Edited by: "Ken" 1st May
goldfishtrad30/04/2020 20:40

So pardon my ignorance and this really is an honest question - why would I …So pardon my ignorance and this really is an honest question - why would I buy this as opposed to Gibson or Fender? Not looking for flack here but can you advise?



Gibson and Fender won't depreciate as quick as these ,you know if you like to have a change now and again .
Great looking guitars! Apart from the fugally looking Lemon Drop & that 7 string is an abomination.
Alot of guitar for the money
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