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Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by MikeH, Oct 19, 2013.
Schecter did an redesign of their website, and the have a sneak peek of the KM-7 mklll
for anyone who doesnt wanna go find it, here are some of the photos
That's Keith's guitar . If the USA productions are identical that would be excellent but it's a USA Masterworks guitar.
yeah, i figured, but on schecter’s site it is labeled as “KM7 2018 sneak peek” so...maybe?
Probably very close but those Masterworks are special!
This one gonna be good
Received my KM7 mk2 in black around a week ago. So impressed with the quality, sound and feel. It took me 2 days to get used to the scale length and 7th string again (haven't played 7s in a long time. Until a couple of months ago I didn't even touch my 6 for a couple of years), and now I've got the 6 just sitting in the case. Just wow.
Oh crap... Now i want to sell my Schecter mk2 for the coming evertune version >___<
I want to sell all of the recent guitars I bought and re-buy them through EverTune.
...Just send them to evertune?
That's quite a bit more nerve wracking than just buying a new guitar with a factory installed Evertune
But also a lot cheaper
No, it's $275 for each installation. That fee is waved when you buy them straight through EverTune. It's cheaper to buy the guitar straight through them.
I'm pretty sure it is pretty close to the exact same, because evertune just buys the guitars and ads the bridge to them in house. do the math, plus what you would lose selling your guitars...
Is this the MKIII?
Nope, just some kind of prototype