New Schecter Models Megathread

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  1. HeHasTheJazzHands

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    Oh my god.

    Holy shit.





    They're so tiny.
     
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    Price wise gonna be very expensive. That said, specs might interest many:

    Specifications

    - Body: Swamp Ash
    - Frets: 24 X-Jumbo Stainless-Steel
    - Neck: Thru-Neck with Ultra Access
    - Scale Length: 25.5"
    - Fretboard Radius: Compound 305mm to 406m
    - Neck: 5-Ply Roasted Maple/Purpleheart
    - Neck Shape: Ultra-Thin U
    - Nut: 42x6 mm Ernie Ball Compensated
    - Controls: Volume/Tone/3-Way Switch
    - Truss Rod: Dual Action
    - Tuners: Schecter Locking
    - Bridge: Evertune F Model Bridge
    - Bridge Pickup: Lundgren M6
    - Neck Pickup: Lundgren M6
    - Inlays: Pearloid Offset/Reverse Roman Numerals
     
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    The 7 string hardtail and floyd with sustaniac are 1599, and the one with Evertune is 1799.
     
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    I absolutely can't stand how Schecter keeps using that horrible sustaniac pickup for there Floyds. It wouldn't that big of a deal to buy one and then replace the pickups, but then you have like 10 mini toggles doing nothing. I might honestly consider buying the 6 string evertune one. They are literally perfect in my eyes. I'd want to read review or play one first before buying though. It's a hefty price tag.
     
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    Show me those Firebirds
     
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    They are a next year thing I believe
     
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    Here in Brazil we have a 60% import fee plus a few other minimal internal fees :ugh:
    That's part of the reason why we almost never get to see high end stuff over here. I mean, you had to pay roughly $2500 (USD) for a new KM7 MKI (yeah, the MKI) on stores back in the day.
     
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    OK you know it better :erk:


    @HeHasTheJazzHands now you happy
     
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    Banshee Mach is interesting overall. Don't know if i would have showcased this specificr routering job on the truss-rod access for marketing material...

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    The roman numerals placed horizontally before 12frets but turned to vertically after 12frets triggers my OCD
     
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    Yeah, that's weird about the roman numerals. What the heck?
     
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    New The Cure model, likely new Nikki String field avenger (ehw), not sure about the poplar (?) Solo at 1:15
     
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    Fell in love with the Silver Mountain multiscale C-8
     
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    The Roman numerals trigger me because they're fuck ugly. Also that control placement. What the hell is that?
     
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    those inlays are fuckin corny
     
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    Yeah, I'm not sure why Schecter is throwing all those inlays on everything now.

    Do they HAVE to have a certain Gaudy-To-Glory ratio or something? For every X amount of good specs, they need a Y amount of bad aesthetics? :lol:
     
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    Mike Ciravolo is a Gothic-new wave-punk musician so he does have that kind of aestethic preferences.
     

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