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The PS-1 makes most sense through an amp’s filthy channel. It’s tight and focused in a way that the other guitars in this round-up just cannot compete with. The big frets make bending strings a breeze, as is pulling false harmonics out of the bottom strings.
When switched to a clean sound, the LTD gives a decent account of itself, but feels like it’s a tad out of its comfort zone, especially with the bridge ’bucker running solo. Our advice? Feed the PS-1 some serious gain, that should keep it happy.
Pros: Upper fret access; compact dimensions; aggressive metal tones.
Cons: Not quite as versatile as the other contenders here.