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LTD Viper-401DX
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LTD Viper-401DX

SG-Shaped Guitar from LTD belonging to the Standard Viper series.

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" a real pleasure to play"

LTD Viper-401DXPublished on 05/02/14 at 02:03
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Indonesia
24 frets, tune 24 3/4, 2 humbuckers EMG (81 & 85) with 1 volume and 1 tone + 1 3-position selector, mahogany body, mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard, all well finished in a beautiful black.

UTILIZATION

from the grip I felt it was made for me. Pleasant feel, playability blameless. Access to the treble as it is based on the design of a SG no problems. Not too heavy and the handle does not have this tendency to nosedive, as the SG (the location of the stationary belt there is probably something). Meanwhile it is a matter of taste: EMG we like it or not. I personally have more affinity with the 85 that I placed in the bridge position.

SOUNDS

I play heavy rock......
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Made in Indonesia
24 frets, tune 24 3/4, 2 humbuckers EMG (81 & 85) with 1 volume and 1 tone + 1 3-position selector, mahogany body, mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard, all well finished in a beautiful black.

UTILIZATION

from the grip I felt it was made for me. Pleasant feel, playability blameless. Access to the treble as it is based on the design of a SG no problems. Not too heavy and the handle does not have this tendency to nosedive, as the SG (the location of the stationary belt there is probably something). Meanwhile it is a matter of taste: EMG we like it or not. I personally have more affinity with the 85 that I placed in the bridge position.

SOUNDS

I play heavy rock Hard'n trend Metallica. This is clearly one in which EMG great area. Plugged into a Peavey 5150 and a 4x12 cabinet Tiple Rectifier, it sends severe.

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased 2nd hand there for a week. I have a LTD EX401 with the same config microphones, and that sounds slightly sharper. But ergonomics at the Viper wins. Repeat the experience? Well ... let me first the user a little ;-)
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  • Manufacturer: LTD
  • Model: Viper-401DX
  • Series: Standard Viper
  • Category: SG-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/30/2011

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