I listed #1 - one of my two ESP/LTD MHB400 baritones - because after the most recent mods, it is an entirely different animal.
- Sustainiac Stealth Pro dual push/pull config (no routing required)
- EMG 81X in bridge (bought super cheap poorly painted, repaint soon)
- Locking tuners
- ESP logo truss cover
And a little cheesiness for you all.
#2 - A legitimately brand new and since very customized Douglas Spad neckthru. Arguably the nicest SuperStrat out there for $149 new.
- Staggered locking tuners
- Earvana compensated nut
- Roller saddles on existing TOM bridge
- Dragonfire HotRails pickups (surprisingly good sound for how cheap they are)**
- 5-way active mid-boost rotary switch in place of the tone pot
Pardon the fingerprints and glare:
** I didn't see myself putting $150 into pickups on a guitar that was $150. I got great deals on everything else for it.
The Sustainiac on the LTD is absolutely unfuckingbelievable. I had a Jackson DK2S that I sold (and got quite a bit for, much to my excitement) and decided to have the SSP put into the baritone instead. In playing around with the Sustainiac, it has at least 6 different "modes" and tones that I can get from it. The most unexpected thing, however, is the tone from the neck pickup through a clean channel when the Sustainiac is off. Wow. Absolutely wow. I'm blown away. Best money I've spent in a while, that's for sure.