It’s darn good looking.Although ESP IC looks very good, it looks much better and accurate.It is good, but they need help with aging guitar (it’s too bright areas in the non years and too abrupt in the sanded areas) and the screws on the cross are wrong. Better than 99% of the replicas out there, including my great own.Looks IMO. But curious if It sounds good. IMO all mahogany body and neck are not clear sound fanboi ……….. I also like to ask if it whines like Monty EMG has done for me. I kept the puppy in my neck FT as he really made cleaning For mahog body and neck, but I have to exchange the 81 he has done for me the bridge to a regular 81. So my FT seems strange. Has covered the neck or worn puppy but then the normal 81 to bridge.Well, KL are mahogany, what is your assumption on their own
I agree about the race thing maple sounding better, but that you need to get a clean sound of James is absolutely wrong because it does not use a guitar with a handle Maple for nothing at the moment … I know of.The ESP James Hetfield Signature Iron Cross Guitar is conceived for the competition performance requirements of its namesake. It has a mahogany body with a maple top. The mahogany neck has a thin U-shaped profile and smooth ebony handle. Black hardware is used throughout, including the bridge TonePros tune-o-matic and LTD locking tuners. A signature JH EMG humbuckers set provides all the killer tones that players looking metal.