Hosam Araby
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Hosam Araby

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    1. AreG7
      AreG7
      Hey, sorry for my late response, i wasn't logged in for a long time. All i can say is that neck of the AW-7 is very comfortable and playability is very nice. I haven't played the Schecter SLS but i've played the Ibanez 2127z which has 26.5" scale...i didn't notice that much of a difference in playability (referring to scale length) but my hands aren't that small, maybe its because of that. However, i chose the AW-7 out of a lot of guitars because i liked almost everything about its, the playability, the sound, and the design (i think schecter ruins the awesome look of the ebony fretboard with this skull inlays)
    2. Heineken
      Heineken
      can't confirm that since I was using it in drop B tuning. sorry lol
    3. Heineken
      Heineken
      Hey, hands down, go for the AW7, the neck is a lot more friendly to those with small hands
    4. Jameslewis777
      Jameslewis777
      Thanks man!!
    5. Curt
      Curt
      No problem. :)
    6. Curt
      Curt
      Yeah, it will likely get rid of that problem. I would suggest the EMTY blackouts. Much tighter than the AHB-1, and they cut through a little better too.
    7. Curt
      Curt
      I recommend the Schecter above the LTD. The AW-7 is good, but it is very dark tonally. The SLS C-7 is a balanced sounding guitar, and the stock duncans are phenomenal(in both the passive and active versions).

      The 26.5" scale puts it above the competition. Which SLS C-7 are you looking into?
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    Location:
    Cairo
    Occupation:
    Architect
    Main Rig:
    POD HD500/Cube80XL
    Real Name:
    Hosam Araby
    Band:
    One-man Project "The Grid"
    Other Guitars:
    LTD EC-1000 , LTD EC-401 , Ibanez STM1 , Ibanez RG2620
    Preamp/Amps:
    Roland Cube80X
    Effects & Pedals:
    POD HD500 , Digitech RP350
    Studio & Recording Gear:
    Line6 UX2
    Architect and a Guitars that's all what define me . I have my own one man project " The Grid "

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