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Also early models have dot fingerboard inlays - later ones have Semi-Goth inlays. Yes, my password is: For solos prefer the Hellraiser. For example, all "Omen", "C", "Hellraiser" and "Damien" basses have the same body shape, although some have set necks rather than bolt on necks, different finish colors, and different woods. Otherwise the weight and relatively large, which suggests a good sustain.

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Otherwise the weight and relatively large, which suggests a good sustain. For me it is a strength. Maybe after some can interfere with ca For the metal, the sound lacks a bit of heaviness, the EMG seem more suited to after me.

The sound sounds more rock than heavy metal scandinave. The good surprise comes from its versatility after me it is not for metal fans who will move into a hit on EMG. It can do everything from clean to rock.

Special mention for the blues or just found the characteristics of its Gibson thanks to the type of construction with a well rounded and mellow. Having to buy the metal I put 7. Buy to Euros I remember I find, however, excellent value for money. The guitar sounds great, is very versatile in the records other than metal, and is fun to play with the exception of access to high. In short, you understand, the big disappointment of sounds why there were more than Hellraiser , And access to acute.

A remake, I do pay attention to the ergonomic advantage and privilege for me that the EMG is the reference for the 7-string pickups not necessarily for I put 7 to use metal. Did you find this review helpful?

Cookies help us improve performance, enhance user experience and deliver our services. Some of the best known guitars made by Schecter are the 'C Series' in various configurations such as the "Hellraiser" and "Blackjack" models. Schecter is also a leader in the seven-string guitar market. Schecters Diamond series guitars have enjoyed a growing positive reputation through the use of quality components such as TonePros locking bridge products on non-tremolo models and Original Floyd Rose double locking tremolos on many of the six and seven string models.

It is similar to the C-1 but with two Seymour Duncan pickups. Introduced in the Schecter C-1 Classic is a quilted maple topped version of the C The C-1 Classic also has a vine of life fingerboard inlay.

The C-1 Classic comes with either chrome for blue finished models or gold hardware for sunburst or antique finished models. Pickups are two Duncan-designed humbuckers, controlled by a single volume control, single tone control and a 3-way pickup selector. Finish was gloss black only. The Shecter C-1 Plus was like the C-1 but had a flame maple top and set mahogany neck.

This model is discontinued. Schecter introduced the OMEN-6 model in The Omen-6 has two Schecter Diamond Plus humbuckers, tune-o-matic bridge. At some point Vintage White finish replaced Electric Blue as a color option. Also early models have dot fingerboard inlays - later ones have Semi-Goth inlays.

The hardware color was changed from chrome to black at some point. The Schecter Omen-7 is the seven string version of the Omen Early versions had two Duncan Designed humbuckers, current models circa have Schecter Diamond Plus humbuckers. Early versions had dot fingerboard inlays - which were replaced by semi-goth inlays. The scale-length was also lengthened by an inch from The early versions had a different shaped headstock with 5-up 2-down tuner layout, this was changed by to the current 3-up 4-down layout.

It has a Telecaster style body but with a carved top and set neck. Schecter introduced the PT Vintage in as a Korean made version of the PT with rosewood fingerboard and traditional telecaster style single coil pickups.

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