27 Best Custom Saber Mods For Beat Saber

Beat Saber is a Virtual Reality game with great music, cool light shows, glowing walls to avoid, and laser swords to cut boxes to the beat.

But what if you don’t like the usual laser sword?

Videos of Beat Saber masters showing off their speed and accuracy have become popular on YouTube, especially with all the unique songs out there.

If you’ve seen videos of these top players, you’ve probably seen them use some cool sabers that don’t come with the base game.

These fan-made sabers can be really funny and really cool. If you don’t know where to start, we have a list of the best Custom Saber Mods right here.

27. Crowbar Saber

Custom Saber Mods For Beat Saber

Ever want to use a hammer to hit something?

No?

Well, whatever the case, you can now do it safely.

These sabers are a unique and strange idea, but not the strangest one out there.

Give them a try!

26. Urban Ninja

You already feel like a ninja when you play Beat Saber, so why not get the sword to match?

This thin sword is great for cutting things into small pieces.

25. Kitchen Knife

Maybe I’ve been watching too much Food Wars, or at least I’m sure of it, but I really like these nice, simple Kitchen Knives.

With them, you can cut those blocks like you would cut the muscles in a slab of A5 Wagyu beef or chop onions for an Italian soffrito.

If you don’t want to be a chef, you could also be a crazy killer or the main character in Alice: Madness Returns.

24. Energy Swords

Fans of Bungie’s Halo series will be familiar with the Energy Sword, a badass hardlight blade used by the Sangheili Elites of the Covenant Empire.

There are a lot of different ways to use the Energy Sword in Beat Saber. But this one stands out because of how detailed it is and how great the electrical current shading on the blade is. It looks just like the ones in the Halo games.

If you want to add shadows or other special effects, you can do so through Saber Factory.

23. SaltSaber

When things aren’t going your way, this SaltSaber is the right blade to have.

Maybe you were playing a great combo, but in the last 10 seconds of the song, you messed it up.

Or maybe you’re just mad that people aren’t donating enough to your Twitch show.

You’re salty either way, just like these funny sabers.

Even though you messed up your move, at least you can laugh about it.

22. LeekSaber

If you’ve been on the Internet for a while, you know why a couple of onions can be the best sabers in a rhythm game.

In the middle of the 2000s, one of the first internet trends was to spin leeks to the beat of Miku Hatsune’s version of the Ievan Polka.

We can now use them to cut blocks in Beat Saber tracks by Miku Hatsune.

21. Master Sword & Hylian Shield

If you like the Zelda games, you might be so excited to try this Master Sword and Hylian Shield that you might pee your pants.

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The Goddess Hylia blessed this sword to defeat evil, so a few rhythmic blocks shouldn’t be a problem.

On the other hand, it might feel strange to cut blocks with a shield, but shields have been used offensively since the Middle Ages, so I’m sure you’ll find a way.

Feel like Link when you use this modified hero tools to cut through blocks.

20. Scissor Blades

Based on the great cartoon Kill la Kill by Studio Trigger, the Scissor Blades are thin, great-looking sabers that look like, well, a scissor that has been taken apart.

In the show, they are the only things that can kill Life Fibers, which are a strange alien lifeform that is trying to take over the world.

Beat Saber doesn’t have any Life Fibers.

But these will work just fine to break through beat blocks. Plus, the unique colors mod works with them.

19. Keyblades

In the Kingdom Hearts games, everyone has a Keyblade, which is a cool sword in the shape of a key that comes from the person’s heart.

They can open or shut doors that lead to other places. “Face My Fears” can now help them break through rhythm blocks.

In the Kingdom Hearts games, each character has their own blade. These ones seem to be based on Sora’s, but they’ve been changed to fit the bright style of Beat Saber.

Even their keychains work and move in response to gravity. Very nice.

18. χ-Blade

In the world of Kingdom Hearts, nothing is as strong as the -Blade, except maybe friendship and Disney’s business power.

It looks like two regular keyblades joined together, but it’s actually the first keyblade that all the others are based on.

Whoever uses it can open and control the Kingdom Hearts, which is the heart of all worlds and a source of endless power.

It might help you get a new high score in Beat Saber.

17. Giant Iron Hammers

Some people like the elegance and accuracy of a smooth blade, but others would rather smash things into pieces than cut them carefully.

You can do that with these Giant Iron Hammers.

As you smash block after block in your best tracks, you’ll feel like a powerful dwarf warrior or Thor with two Mjolnirs.

Since they are pretty big, try to use them in songs where accuracy is not important.

16. Hatchet

In computer games, I’ve always liked axes and hatchets better than swords.

They look a lot cooler and are easier to use.

These neonpunk hatchets are pretty simple, and the bright details make them look great.

At first, their length may seem strange, but don’t worry—you’ll get used to it quickly.

15. Ashbringer

World of Warcraft has one of the biggest collections of badass magical swords, and Ashbringer is one of the best.

It used to belong to Alexandros Mograine, who used to be the Highlord of the Silver Hand.

Later, Tirion Fordring used it during the fight against the scourge by the Argent Crusade.

Now you can have it in two different forms, one with lightning effects and the other with flame effects.

14. Genji’s Dragonblade

Fans of Overwatch will know Genji’s twin dragon blades right away. They are Blizzard’s take on a cyberpunk version of traditional Japanese swords.

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The power of the dragon will flow through you when you use this pair of blades that are not the same length.

The one on the right is the full length of a katana, while the one on the left is more like an odachi, just like in Overwatch.

13. Microchip

The Microchip is a clear choice if you want a thin blade that fits in with Beat Saber’s future neonpunk world.

These sabers feel like they have energy going through them. This is mostly because the hilt has a pattern that looks like digital data, and when the blades swing, they leave a trace that looks like data.

You’ll feel like Neo in “The Matrix,” if he had been dancing all night instead of fighting against a machine kingdom.

12. Dreadblades

In the Legion update for World of Warcraft, the Dreadblades are the badass item that Outlaw Rogues use. Now, you can use them to cut blocks to the beat of your favorite songs.

Admiral Eliza Goreblade, a pirate who was dead but still alive, found them and used them to rule on her ship, the Horizon’s Edge.

The person who uses these blades will get a lot of power, but they will also die if they don’t keep cutting people.

11. SpaceOpera

The SpaceOpera is one of the most popular sabers you’ll see on YouTube and other sites. It’s the closest thing you can get to Star Wars lightsabers.

You can’t use the Force or get more medihlorian with this saber. But at least in the game, you’ll definitely feel like a Jedi.

I hope you’ll play like one, too.

One of the best things about it is that you can choose your own colors, which also affects how the blade moves.

10. Fractured

If you want to ride high-difficulty tracks that take a lot of precision, you should get a thin blade, and the Fractured is one of the best.

This beautiful saber, which looks like a broken piece of crystal, is shaped like a rapier.

Even though it’s broken, it’ll still cut through rhythm blocks just fine.

9. Lances of Longinus

These Lances of Longinus are based on the powerful weapons shown in the Evangelion anime and movies. They should not be confused with the knife that went through Jesus’ side.

This lance has a cool dual helix design that splits into a two-pronged fork at the end of the weapon, and it can go through any Absolute Terror Field.

If you know what that means, you’re an Evangelion nerd like me, and you should try this.

8. Pappenheimer

Count Pappenheim, a German Imperial General in the Thirty Years’ War, made the Pappenheimer-hilt rapier famous in the 17th century.

In Beat Saber, you can now use a blade that looks like it came from the future.

It looks nice, isn’t too thick, and the glowing details on both the blade and the handle are out of this world. It also lets you choose your own colors.

It’s a sword worthy of a brave spirit.

7. Aestus Estus

I am a huge fan of the Fate series. And the Fate/Extra weapon Aestus Estus is one of my favorites in the whole series.

It’s very different and odd, just like the character who uses it, who is a hot cartoon girl named Roman Emperor Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus. This is how Fate works.

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Some people might find this amazing blade a little too much, but I’m sure weebs like me will love it.

6. Minecraft Swords

Now, YouTubers, streams, and all Minecraft fans need to have these blocky blades.

What makes these so special is that as your mix goes on, they become better versions of themselves.

At 75 straight blocks, the blocks will change from wood to iron, then to gold at 150, and then to diamond at 250.

Even though the change can be a little annoying, they’re still a lot of fun to use.

5. Mandalorian DarkSaber

The Mandalorian Darksaber was made by Tarre Vizsla, who was the first Mandalorian to join the Jedi order. This was a long time ago.

It was recently shown in the last episode of the second season of The Mandalorian. Din Djarin doesn’t seem to know what he’s holding, but when fans saw it, they went crazy with excitement.

You can now use this sleek saber that looks like a sword in your Beat Saber game.

This mod lets you choose your own colors, so slicing blocks with it will make you feel like a total badass.

4. Cyber Blade

Few of these sabers seem to fit Beat Saber’s future setting as well as the Cyber Blade.

These badass swords look like they were made for a cyberpunk samurai of rhythm. Once you start hacking and cutting at the coming blocks, you’ll feel like nothing can stop you.

It’s the kind of thing you’d expect to see as a weapon in Cyberpunk 2077, if you hadn’t asked for a refund and sent the game back because of bugs.

3. High-Frequency Blade

Raiden, the cyborg-ninja from Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, is the only video game character who could beat the other players in Beat Saber.

The High-Frequency Blades are based on the weapon he used in that game, with a few changes to make them look more like Beat Saber.

Among other things, they are a little darker, and the edge of the blade glows bright.

They also come in a brighter, more flashy form where the neon glow goes all the way up the blade and even into the handle.

2. Doriru

Anyone who has seen Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann knows that a pair of sharp, rotating drills is the most badass and powerful thing there is.

These drill-blades have one of the most beautiful patterns in Beat Saber. They are so beautiful that they might take your attention away from the game.

They have a great-looking engine at the hilt that keeps turning, an inner glow that changes between black and white, and they can be made in any color you want.

1. Portal Saber

These Portal Sabers, also called the Aperture Science Dual Handheld Portal-Assisted Cube Slicing Device, are the coolest modified sabers I’ve seen in the whole Beat Saber community.

Even though the blades of the ASDHPACSD are short, like knives, Aperture Science’s portal technology makes them work like they are twice as long.

If you’ve ever played the game Portal, you know what I mean.

Even if you’ve never played Portal, you have to admit that these are pretty cool.

They have a pretty cool motion when they start up, and you can also change the colors.