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ESP LTD LV307 7-String Electric Guitar
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You asked; ESP LTD delivered. With the popularity of guitars with more than the standard six strings on the rise, ESP released a slew of new guitars ...Read More
You asked; ESP LTD delivered. With the popularity of guitars with more than the standard six strings on the rise, ESP released a slew of new guitars that fit your many-stringed needs! In the seven-string category, the new V-307 takes the popular V body shape and offers it in a powerful yet affordable 7-string version. The LTD V-307 includes pro features such as a mahogany body, maple neck, and a rosewood fingerboard. It also uses a combination of EMG 81-7 and EMG 707 pickups, an incredible duo for hi gain and monster sustain. With killer looks and a seventh string, the V-307 is a perfect choice for players who want formidable low end in a familiar, sleek design.
Massive low-end punch from an affordable, stylish seven-string V.
- Mahogany body
- 25.5" Scale maple neck, rosewood fretboard, 24 XJ frets
- Set-thru construction
- EMG 81-7 (bridge) and 707 (neck) active pickups
- Grover tuners, TOM bridge, satin black hardware
Nothing says attitude like this seven-string V. Order one today.
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Comments about ESP LTD LV307 7-String Electric Guitar:
This being my first 7 string purchase, I am very pleased with this model. The reason for the 4 star rating is the fact that I had to have a tech drill out the low b tuning post, file the nut and the bridge saddle out, and adjust the intonation for my preference in string gauge (.64 low B, .52 E). The store I bought this guitar at was gracious enough to do this at no charge, however. One should also make note that the guitar I purchased had ltd tuners, not grovers, however they hold tuning well, so not that big of a deal. The frets are HUGE, well dressed and seated, the playability is great, and the pickups sound really articulate. (This coming from a passive die hard SD user.) If you want a solid 7 string that doesnt look like a typical boring shape, go with this, you will be very pleased. However, If you want to go with thicker strings, be prepared to make some out of box adjustments that may cost about the same as a stompbox.