Viper Standard Electric Guitar Review

Posted by Sherrie Kearney on Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Viper Standard Electric Guitar
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First off let me say that my experience with the Viper line has been that I have owned 2 LTD Viper 400's and currently own a 2005 ESP Viper Standard in Woodland Camo. Many people want to know if there is a significant difference in the two models. Without a doubt, yes. The ESP Standard Series is way ahead of the LTD's in every aspect. The guitar sounds better, looks better, feels better, is better balanced, you name it. This is a top-of-the-line professional instrument and worth every penny. I would have to say, however that it is wise to look for a used Viper, somewhere in the 2005-2006 era. Vipers in these years had Sperzel Locking Tuners (they do not anymore) and they came with the now discontinued white stripe deluxe fitted case. In terms of playablilty this guitar is solid. The set-thru neck joint makes handling a breeze and the EMG 81/85 combo is intense. For what it is worth, I prefer an 81/60 setup, but now I am nitpicking. In short if you are a professional level musician in need of a top notch instrument (especially for metal/hardcore, etc...) then this is the guitar for you. Five stars.

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The Viper Standard was designed with hard edged rock in mind. The mahogany body comes loaded with two EMG-81 humbucker pickups. The set mahogany neck features 24XJ frets and a rosewood fingerboard. Additional features include: Sperzel locking tuners...

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