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    Anyone play Schecter guitars?

    I've owned a C1- Plus and a C1- Standard early 2000 models with Duncan Designed pickups but sold them both. Do wish I would had kept the Standard. Traded it in for a 7 string 12 years ago. Currently the only Schecter I currently have is a 2008 Damien FR. I like the shape of the neck on these guitars. Not too chunky or thin. I haven't played any new Schecter guitars in years but have read they changed the neck shapes on most models. I don't play my Damien as much as other guitars, but when I do pick it up I have fun with it and wonder why I don't play it more often. Nice quality and the EMG HZs sound really good.

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    I am not a big Schecter guy so I am not sure of the model but our singer plays a Schecter. I have used it for a few songs it sounds great and plays like butter. I will take a closer look at it tomorrow night at practice. This is not a new Schecter he has had it for at least 5 years.


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    • #3
      I have a C+ and a Blackjack. The C+ came with Duncan Designed. Last year I replaced the bridge pickup with a Duncan Distortion. The Blackjack a 59/JB set. I think that they're great

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      • #4
        I own a couple of basses and guitars. I was actually playing and recording with my Schecter Dug Pinnick Baron bass yesterday.

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        • #5
          I wanted something as modern as possible and completely different from anything I had. The C-1 SLS Elite was the answer...

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Bill Dennis View Post
            I wanted something as modern as possible and completely different from anything I had. The C-1 SLS Elite was the answer...
            I like my C-1 Elite a lot, I just wish they would have toned back the abalone from 12 to about 4.
            Oh no.....


            Oh Yeah!

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            • #7
              I've had my C1 for 10-15 years and love everything about it. It's got 2 P-Rails in it with Triple Shot rings. It plays and sounds so good that I don't even notice the excess abalone.
              Originally Posted by IanBallard
              Rule of thumb... the more pot you have, the better your tone.

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              • #8
                I have a Blackjack and C1 Platinum. Also, a Daisy Rock, which is a Schecter for all intents and purpose. I sold the EMG's out of the Platinum, and have some Livewire Classic II's to go in there. I love Schecters. As well built as anything I own. Just nice solid guitars.

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                • #9
                  My singer's guitar is a C1 Platinum he paid $450 for it. Great guitar.


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                  • #10
                    Yeah, but being an eclectic old fart only pre 1985 Schecter made in Van Nuys, CA
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                    • #11
                      I love Schecter guitars. I have an Omen Extreme S-2 tuned to D standard with Nazgul/Sentient pups installed. It sounds great and feels great, especially for a budget guitar. My next guitar will either be a Schecter (eyeing that Solo-II Custom) or a Charvel.

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                      • #12
                        I had an S-1, Tempest, Corsair and mini-Corsair (test run). The Corsair had a crazy finish and was my number one stage guitar for a couple years. They were all solid guitars, definitely good bang for the buck

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                        • #13
                          I don't play Schecter, but that's probably because I play a bunch of =Deans. I would totally play Schecter. I like everyone I ever picked up.
                          Originally posted by Bad City
                          He's got the crowd on his side and the blue jean lights in his eyes...

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                          • #14
                            Never played one I didn't like. Great guitars. Was very tempted to get either a C-1 or a 006 Elite back in the day.

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                            -Greg

                            Guitars:
                            2016 Ibanez RG6003FM (JB/'59nJ)
                            2018 G&L Tribute Legacy (Hot Rails/stock/stock)
                            2019 Squier Affinity Telecaster HH (Esquire'd w/ JB)
                            Applause/Ovation AE28 Acoustic/Electric

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