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Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by MikeH, Oct 19, 2013.
Not even a Schecter fan, but I'm overwhelmed with copious amounts of GAS...
Looks like the Maus sig shape.
I approve. A lot.
Beat me to this by a minute, I'm very, very intrigued by this thing, looks to be extended scale judging from pickup-bridge distance.
This guitar is perfect. I am in love
Wow. I really like the white/black/super clean look. wow.
Well played schecter... Well played...
I'm betting, like 95% of Schecter 7-strings, it'll be 26.5'' or more.
Well I know what my next purchase is going to be, can't wait to see the finished version
No tone knob
But I dig.
I'd kill if it turned out 27" or 27.5"
Keith doesn't need a tone knob
Only schecter ive ever had the time too look at. Its delicious!!
body is like a suhr standard
Hopefully Keith can give us some specs. On his Facebook page, he said it has the SLS neck profile, which is like a slightly rounder Wizard neck.
Also, I wish Duncan did more white pickups. Would look a lot like his BRJ, which I loooove.
I'm definitely going to get this as my first 7 string but I really hope that he comes out with a six string version too. I'd have both.
Well yes I know that
Though I'm pretty sure the production version will have one.
So now everyone on this forum loves Schecter
Looks awesome. Specs are(Some are guessed knowing Schecters usual options):
Pegasus or Nazgul bridge /Sentient neck set
Flame Maple top, Mahogany body, Set maple neck, Ebony Board
Satin Neck with SLS profile
One Volume, 3 Way Switch
Schecter Locking Tuners
Modified Sunset from the looks of it.
Reverse headstock is a neat touch!
This thing looks incredible. Love the top.
Like I said in the first post, I'd say it's a Maus, which is a C-7 with sharper, deepe horns.
Although the horns look a bit rounder on the KM-7.
I never thought I'd want to give Schecter my money... until now.
White pickups would be awesome, but SD charges a LOT more for those since they are considered "Custom Shop"...
Unbelievable. Best seven signature I've seen so far. The see thru white finish with matte black back it's pure deliciousness.Hardly could have been better than this,well done Schecter and Merrow