MH series is a line of solid-bodied electric guitars in ESP/LTD catalog. It offers modern looking and modern sounding Soloist/Superstrat guitars with carved tops, 24-fret fingerboards and a wide selection of pickup combos. LTD side of the series is made up of beginner, lower intermediate and intermediate models. MH-350FR is one of the intermediate models in the LTD segment of the series. It comes with a solid and double-cut body made of mahogany wings and maple neck in the middle. Quilted maple cap is on the top. See Thru Black and See Thru Red are the only color options for this model. EMG 81 and 85 are featured in the pickups department. Maple neck is fit with a U contour in the back and a 24-fret rosewood fingerboard on the top.
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This guitar called to me out of the hundred or so on the wall of my favorite music store; I played it, and it was sorely out of tune, but even then it "felt" right. I left without it, as I hadn't intended on buying a guitar at all. A few days later, I feverishly (and maybe foolishly) ran down to the store with a couple nice Ibanez RGs to trade, and get me within affordability range (list was $599 for the ESP). It did, and I am very happy with my decision. Rock solid tuning, fast neck (reminiscent of the Ibanez RG I loved so much), and active EMGs that blaze. This guitar complements my Schecter Diamond series guitar well, which has a more growly tone than the ESP; the MH350FR is clearly a lead player's guitar. A little saturation and you get blazing highs with great sustain, and the neck pickup is great for clean rhythms without getting too "jangly" (a problem I had with the RG). A well rounded guitar considering it is aimed at shredders, I feel like this guitar plays like many of the more expensive ESPs rather than feeling like a sacrifice has been made, or a difficult compromise (although the FR is kind of mid-range, it isn't junky with metal burrs etc, either). I bought this to play out with, and use it when I am playing a "lead heavy" song, and defer to my Diamond for non-floyd rose reliability (essentially my Diamond has no fussy vibrato) when a string breaks mid gig or I need to change tuning config on the fly. To me the MH350fr fulfills its role perfectly, being capable of cut-thru-the-mix acrobatics, and straight forward enough that you could use it for chunky rhythms, too. I love the extra concave scoop on the lower cutaway; body is solid (mahogany if I am not mistaken); neck is slim profile, locking nuts are typical... no huge surprises or exotic setups, which is a good thing. Plays like an ESP twice the price (though realistically the hardware is the mid-grade stuff, it still plays beautifully) In an ocean of $600 guitar offerings, this stands out if you are looking for a super-strat style shredder. Just don't scallop the neck, please :D For me this guitar is a keeper.
ESP LTD MH-350FR 3.93 out of 5 based on 7 ratings
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