Designed for beginning players or musicians on tight budgets, the M-10 Guitar Pack includes everything a player needs to make music including a guitar, amplifier, and a comprehensive set of accessorie... Click To Read More About This Product
Designed for beginning players or musicians on tight budgets, the M-10 Guitar Pack includes everything a player needs to make music including a guitar, amplifier, and a comprehensive set of accessories.
The M-10 Guitar Pack includes the M-10 guitar, a budget-oriented version of ESP LTD's well-known M Series guitars made popular by artists like Kirk Hammett (Metallica), Jeff Hanneman (Slayer), and George Lynch (Dokken). It also includes the ESP-10, a 10W amp perfect for practice and lessons, as well as a 10', 1/4" cable; an electronic tuner; a soft shell gig bag; a guitar strap; and picks.
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I bought this Guitar Package a year ago. I Love it. The Ltd is beautiful and for the price you have to get it.After a year of owning it,I I installed an EmgH4 pickup on the bridge and it sounds awesome. I play through a Vypyr30 watt amp. This guitar rocks. I recomend this package to anyone who wants to learn Metal.ect.. you will love it.
i was looking around gc's website for an ltd and i found this pack. i talked to a couple guys at guitar center and they told me not to get it. i went against their word and got it. and ive playes it every day ever sence. the guitar is not a cheap guitar, the amp is decent but i play it trough my randall stack. i did drop new v7 and v8 pickups but thats not EXTREAMLY nessasary. the standard pickups are good. if you are looking at this and still deciding, get it. you will not be dissapointed.
I got this for Christmas a year ago after doing some research and finding that as far as a starter pack goes, this is probably one of the best out there. The guitar is not cheap at all, and it feels and plays great. The amp itself is a decent starter amp, which plays some great cleans, and has an overdrive button that adds some distortion which is almost a dead ringer for Iron Maidens The Trooper. It's more than enough for bedroom practice and it's absolutely perfect for learning chords, scales, and whatever else you may need just starting out. If you're not sure about picking up guitar, but don't want to buy a total crud package, and not overspend yourself, this is all that you'll need and you won't outgrow the guitar very easily. I also own a Peavey Vypyr 30 which is really nice, but I still use this practice amp for when I'm playing downstairs. Like I said, the practice amp is decent and they didn't skimp. You won't be getting rid of it.