LTD EC-1000FM - Amber Sunburst
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LTD EC-1000FM - Amber Sunburst

EC-1000FM - Amber Sunburst, LP モデル from LTD in the Deluxe EC series.

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VishNuRoXoUt 06/29/2011

LTD EC-1000FM - Amber Sunburst : VishNuRoXoUt のユーザーレビュー (content in English)

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The EC-1000 is a Korean make guitar, but don't let that discourage you. It is made with quality in mind. The guitar has a nice set neck and a beautiful amberburst finish with a flamed maple top. It sports some nice passive seymour duncan pickups (JB/'59 combo) opposed to the EMGs in most of the other EC-1000's. The locking tuners on my particular model are Spertzel, but I believe they have ESP locking tuners now. Both kinds work very nice and keep the guitar tuned well. It has 24 frets and two volume controls and one tone control. The body, neck and headstock are wrapped in a nice creme binding and it really makes this guitar aesthetically pleasing. The abalone inlays around the neck, headstock and as the fret markers finish this guitar up and make it one marvelous looking guitar.

UTILIZATION

This guitar is pretty versatile. Not quite as heavy as a less paul, so it's real nice to play standing up. The 24 frets are easily accessible with the cut-away. I've never had any problems there. The pick configuration and the two volumes make this guitar very easily set for different sounds. It's a very comfortable and great sounding instrument.

SOUNDS

I've used this guitar in many amps. My 5150, Fender Blues Deville, Mesa Dual Rectifiers, Marshall JVM2000s, etc. It's a wonderful guitar for any genre and sounds fantastic through the many amps I have played it through. The '59 in the neck is great for leads and the JB in the bridge makes a really versatile rhythm pickup. I like the neck pick up for cleans, it's very full and fat sounding. Keeps my Blues Deville from being so bright and sometimes harsh. Great sounding guitar.

OVERALL OPINION

I've owned a few EC-1000's and a few Gibson Les Paul's (Classic 1960 R.I., and a couple studios) and I always liked the feel of this particular guitar the most. Feels great, I love the neck and it is really well built. This is my primary gigging guitar and I would be devastated if something were to happen to it. I would recommend one to anyone looking for a good les paul-shaped, dual humbucker guitar.