Firstly a comment on the Evertune bridge. It takes a little bit of setting up but once the time is invested adjusting the tuning and intonation (the action was spot on out of the box) the guitar simply does not go out of tune. Ever.
The guitar itself is quite heavy (even with the extra routing needed for the Evertune). Certainly heavier than a US made LP with modern weight relief. There's a beautiful flamed maple top that is completely wasted under the see-through black finish, as you can only see it when the light is right, but otherwise it looks a quality guitar. The neck is clearly build for speed (although not as skinny as a Ibanez wizard for example it's wider and slimmer than a traditional Les Paul "slim 60s" neck) and the ebony 'board and really well dressed jumbo frets make for a very slick playing experience. The belly cutaway is a very welcome addition on a Les Paul shape.
The unamplified sound is quite woody and there's bags of sustain, however plugging in the clean sounds are a little disappointing. Once you add a bit of dirt, though, things come alive. This guitar is clearly meant for rock and for overdriven tones. The JB pickup in the bridge does a supercharged Les Paul sound and the neck gets you into Slash territory without ever sounding woolly.
So overall a brilliant playing guitar that doesn't quite have the versatility of a more vintage-y Les Paul, but I guess that's not ESP's target market. The USP of the Evertune bridge makes it worth every penny/cent.
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