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Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by HeHasTheJazzHands, Oct 11, 2013.
Ooooh yessss! That Hauch tele is perfect!
I want that Tele NOW.
Boo. That Tele looked way better with the in-line headstock.
Jesus that Tele..
Agreed, I really with they would stop putting that headstock on their strats and teles
I know everyone's raving about the Tele (which, OH MY CHRIST ITS AMAZING) but that Hellcat VI looks tight af. If it's long scale like a Bass VI, my GAS will go through the roof.
The Hellcat IV (there is a Hellcat standard) is, like the fender, 30" and has been around for several years. But yeah, that one looks épic!
About a month ago I was in a local pawnshop and spotted one of the older Hellcats with a Wilkinson bridge and metalflake finish I couldn't afford it (still can't) so I've been busy trying to forget about how beautiful it is and kicking myself for not having the cash.
Great to see some love for the Hellcat though as I feel it's one of Schecter's most underated models btw there's a second Hellcat VI prototype in yellow pearl finish
That could have a variety of uses.
Part of me would want to use it for cleans and blues style stuff, and then another part of me wants to throw some fuzz on it and do straight stoner rock or doom. It would be perfect for that.
I very much agree.
The green tele is the first ever schecter that I like top to bottom.
I'm guessing the Wes Hauch sig will live on?
The green Tele is on its way to me! It’s a set neck and 26.5 scale length (as opposed to the bolt on neck and 25.5 scale of the old Hauch model. Could not be more pumped.
That made it even better! Hoping for a production model like it.
I will post an NGD thread when I get it and do a review/comparison to my other two Shecter PT 7's!
This baby is going to turn out great!