#2
Yes that's a good guitar IMO, what guitar & amp do you have now? you may just need a OD pedal for added gain and some higher gauge strings, such as 11's to tune to those lower tunings.


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#3
The ex 400 is an AMAZING guitar. smooth neck extremely light.

Its my favorite of 4. its perfect for metal too its all i play
#4
The LTD explorers are pretty good. I have the EX-351. I don't know what kind of pickups the ex-400 has, but i swapped out the passive EMG's in mine, and once i did that it sounded amazing. I play a lot of metal stuff in D and drop C so it would be perfect for what you want to do.


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#5
Quote by dancesisidance
Yes that's a good guitar IMO, what guitar & amp do you have now? you may just need a OD pedal for added gain and some higher gauge strings, such as 11's to tune to those lower tunings.


yeah i know, my current guitar is a epi les paul studio
and my amp sucks as well (roland cube >.<, but im gonna buy a new one
kthxbai.
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#8
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I want to tune it to C and retune it from time to time to D , so i can play some good metal.

So your saying there's no 'good metal' in standard tuning
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#9
Quote by mightmuffin
So your saying there's no 'good metal' in standard tuning


yes , i am!
no man, there is enough good metal in standard, but i want to play bands that play in different tunings
kthxbai.
#10
Seems like a good guitar. ESP's are great for metal. Maybe check a Jackson too though? Have fun
My gear:
-Gibson Les Paul Studio
-Fender DG-11E Black (Acoustic)
-Marshall AVT50
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-Roland RE-20 Space Echo