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Vigier Excalibur Supra 7
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Vigier Excalibur Supra 7

Electric solidbody baritone or 7/8 string guitar from Vigier belonging to the Excalibur series.

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Vigier Excalibur Supra 7Published on 12/02/08 at 06:56
(Originally written by bedrael/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
Beautiful guitar made in France.

Alder body, maple neck with carbon truss rod and maple fingerboard. 24 frets, 7 strings.

H-S-H pickup combination with 5-way toggle switch.

UTILIZATION

At first sight the most impressive feature is the neck quality. It feels pleasant and is perfectly adjusted. Access to the 24th fret is not as easy as you might think. The guitar is quite heavy considering it has no mahogany.

SOUNDS

I play mainly heavy metal, prog metal à la Dream Theater and progressive rock à la Pink Floyd and Porcupine Tree. The guitar is great for all these music styles. You can use it with every music......
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(Originally written by bedrael/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
Beautiful guitar made in France.

Alder body, maple neck with carbon truss rod and maple fingerboard. 24 frets, 7 strings.

H-S-H pickup combination with 5-way toggle switch.

UTILIZATION

At first sight the most impressive feature is the neck quality. It feels pleasant and is perfectly adjusted. Access to the 24th fret is not as easy as you might think. The guitar is quite heavy considering it has no mahogany.

SOUNDS

I play mainly heavy metal, prog metal à la Dream Theater and progressive rock à la Pink Floyd and Porcupine Tree. The guitar is great for all these music styles. You can use it with every music style thanks to its versatile pickups and the 5-way toggle switch. The overall sound is crystal-clear, round and well-balanced. As a summary, it has an amazing prog rock sound.

OVERALL OPINION

I've owned it for one week. I also have a Musicman Petrucci. The playing feel of both instruments is very different but they have a similar sound. The Vigier is more versatile, it can even sound like a Strat, which is impossible with the Petrucci. As a summary, the Supra 7 is an exceptional instrument with a very good finish quality that justifies its price. I bought it because I wanted a 7-string guitar without a Floyd Rose tremolo. And I'm not disappointed at all. Now my Petrucci is jealous!
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GODFATHER69GODFATHER69

Extroadinaire

Vigier Excalibur Supra 7Published on 05/31/12 at 14:28
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in France and we can be proud.
I fitted a crunchlab and a home liquifire dimarzio.Utilisés by John Petrucci. While retaining the single blaze.
The pickups are tops of origins, but I have a UV777BK VAI DiMarzio humbucker with this monte.Du blaze.
It sounds god of fire.

UTILIZATION

Top Top Top. I dream of a piezo JPXI with the problem is the price.

SOUNDS

I play Prog Metal, resumption 70'S, blues, she's extremely versatile
Everything is good in the pig ...

OVERALL OPINION

I uv777bk one I use at least since the acquisition of supra7.
The handle ergonomics, everything is top, the sound was nice with mics origins,
but the new mounts gives another dimension ...
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Made in France and we can be proud.
I fitted a crunchlab and a home liquifire dimarzio.Utilisés by John Petrucci. While retaining the single blaze.
The pickups are tops of origins, but I have a UV777BK VAI DiMarzio humbucker with this monte.Du blaze.
It sounds god of fire.

UTILIZATION

Top Top Top. I dream of a piezo JPXI with the problem is the price.

SOUNDS

I play Prog Metal, resumption 70'S, blues, she's extremely versatile
Everything is good in the pig ...

OVERALL OPINION

I uv777bk one I use at least since the acquisition of supra7.
The handle ergonomics, everything is top, the sound was nice with mics origins,
but the new mounts gives another dimension
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jeandoleojeandoleo

Vigier Excalibur Supra 7Published on 09/04/06 at 12:05
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in France.

24 cases, 3 Di Marzio, 2 doubles + 1 single connected a selector Schaller 5 positions, so that the high end.

The bridge is Wilkinson type with self-locking mechanism behind the head of the guitar, holding very good agreement but personally would prefer a day very good floyd Vigier c is the only thing I haven t like this guitare.Mais the floyd n is not essential for everyone then ...

Volume + a tonalite.

The handle is very nice, flame maple with rosewood fingerboard, Bolt-c is a body with benchmarks "point" and the hoop Zero Vigier.

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice, flame maple with rosewood fingerboard, it s been quite large, but end the game is......
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Made in France.

24 cases, 3 Di Marzio, 2 doubles + 1 single connected a selector Schaller 5 positions, so that the high end.

The bridge is Wilkinson type with self-locking mechanism behind the head of the guitar, holding very good agreement but personally would prefer a day very good floyd Vigier c is the only thing I haven t like this guitare.Mais the floyd n is not essential for everyone then ...

Volume + a tonalite.

The handle is very nice, flame maple with rosewood fingerboard, Bolt-c is a body with benchmarks "point" and the hoop Zero Vigier.

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice, flame maple with rosewood fingerboard, it s been quite large, but end the game is impeccable comfort, in a few minutes it is already well in hand ... there is obviously the zero fret Vigier the carbon rod and a handle 90/10...donc excellent.

Access to acute L is perfect, since the "horns" of vigier are shorter and the gap between the two larger than c then a Start you can imagine the comfort ....

The ergonomics are impeccable, you do not feel any imbalance, it did not matter a Gibson SG! lol Very comfortable both sitting and standing.

The microphone input of aver s powerful and precise as its clear that in distortion, which allows you get the sound we have in the head without any problem and nor loss of power when you play the bass string of Si, the sound is perfectly balanced between each string.

SOUNDS

It will surprise you, but this guitar is as versatile as other vigier .. indeed, it is not as n metal type that an Ibanez RG or Jackson exemple.Vous can play metal, like funk with intermediate or even the blues ... spends the entire range, simply just to adjust your presets and guitar follow.

I use the Marshall AVT 100 with one in my room and with a POD XT for recording and I'm comfortable on al all styles .... you can ultilisez all effects, the sound will always be as specific and prominent.

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sound saturated (ca kills! lol)

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OVERALL OPINION

C is an incredible guitar, exceptional playing comfort, powerful sound and Presice in distortion and very shiny clean ... shame that I did need a floyd, c is why I have the sale this evening. ... but I've seen anything better on the market so I'm going to build my 7-string with a floyd luthier

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HarknoiaHarknoia

Vigier Excalibur Supra 7Published on 09/27/11 at 04:51
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar Made in France.
Vigier tremolo.
The handle is screwed with carbon reinforcement (no stem).

Brand pickups: DiMarzio
Microphone type: H / S / H
Micro switch:
- Micro serious humbucking
- Micro serious single-coil + microphone central
- Micro + micro severe acute in single-coil
- Micro acute central single coil + microphone
- Micro acute humbucking

Technical information are towed to the site of vigier:
http://www.vigier.fr/page/fiche_produit.php?id_prod=257

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice despite the fact that we are on a 7-string is even one of the most enjoyable rounds I've tested (the ibanez steve included).

The guitar is well balanced, more......
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Guitar Made in France.
Vigier tremolo.
The handle is screwed with carbon reinforcement (no stem).

Brand pickups: DiMarzio
Microphone type: H / S / H
Micro switch:
- Micro serious humbucking
- Micro serious single-coil + microphone central
- Micro + micro severe acute in single-coil
- Micro acute central single coil + microphone
- Micro acute humbucking

Technical information are towed to the site of vigier:
http://www.vigier.fr/page/fiche_produit.php?id_prod=257

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice despite the fact that we are on a 7-string is even one of the most enjoyable rounds I've tested (the ibanez steve included).

The guitar is well balanced, more cumbersome than forcing six strings but no gene at the game (either standing or seated).

In general the guitar is really "easy" to play, access to acute is done without special efforts.
Access to the 7th string does not cramp in his hand, a quick treat.

SOUNDS

I play metal and it sounds really good, this guitar is just versatile, it people in many cases (jazzy bluesy ...) the responses of microphone positions is really excellent and much appreciated.

ENGL Powerball I play in concert.
I use a preamp by repeating AMT rack and power amp for rehearsal room.
Leaving time for the lamps to heat, it works very well.
I love the clear sound, and saturates, I really have nothing to say about this guitar.

OVERALL OPINION

I have since the beginning of the year (a bit loan), I use it during rehearsals / concert it really suits me.

I tried the Ibanez models, and music man.

The characteristic that I like and that made me buy this guitar (apart from the fact that I always dreamed of having an Excalibur) is the comfort of games and the sound of the guitar.
What I regret is probably the tremolo (vibrato The non-blocking Vigier 2017) that only goes in one direction, you have to adapt but it's still very enjoyable.

On occasion, the value for money is exceptional, I do not regret this purchase.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Vigier
  • Model: Excalibur Supra 7
  • Series: Excalibur
  • Category: Electric solidbody baritone or 7/8 string guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/10/2013

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Other names: excalibursupra 7, excalibursupra7, excalibur supra7

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