Review of ESP LTD EC-256FM – Lemon Drop Left Handed Guitar
The ESP LTD EC-256 FM left handed guitar is a beautiful, single cutaway, electric guitar made with a mahogany body and neck with flamed maple top finished in a lemon drop lacquer. It features a 22 fret rosewood fingerboard, tune-o-matic bridge, push/pull coil tap and ESP designed LH-150 humbuckers.
This left handed ESP Ltd guitar looks great and can easily be mistaken for a Les Paul. It plays really well and has a nice versatile tone, leaning more to heavier tones. It is most definitely a rock guitar.
It is great to play, the neck feels just right and the action is spot on. It is also not too heavy, so is won’t hurt your back or shoulders. And it looks great, with a fantastic finish that will grab a lot of attention.
For the price, this is definitely a good buy, so you can’t go far wrong with this left handed guitar.
About ESP Guitars
ESP LTD is a Japanese guitar manufacturer, established in 1975, and focused on the production of electric guitars and basses. Their range suits a variety of budgets and playing styles, with their popular Signature, Standard, Original, Graphic, Xtone, and Left Handed series’ guitars. They have a growing number of high profile artists who have designed their own signature instruments, such as Ron Wood, Kirk Hammett, Jeff Hanneman and many more.
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