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Schecter Guitar Research C-7 Blackjack 7-String Electric Guitar

Sound Quality

I play mostly death & heavy metal, and it definitely rocks for that. I'm using it with a Flextone III, and they complement each other nicely. I've also played it through my ADA mp-1/microtube 100/2x12 cab, and it sounded good with that rig too. This guitar is noticably brighter than other guitars I own (and have owned). I think it's due to the Ash body. Sounds great, but some may prefer a darker tone. I'm giving a 9 just because sometimes I have to roll off of the tone knob to darken it a bit...


It seems very reliable. All the hardware seems to be great quality. I'm not currently gigging, but if I were I'd probly bring my Les Paul (tuned down to B) just in case of normal string breakage. I've only had it a couple of months, but so far I see no reason I couldn't depend on it for a long time.


General Comments

I've been playing for 15 years. I also have a Gibson Les Paul special and a couple of acousics. I've barely touched my les paul since I got this Schecter - it's really an amazing instrument, especially for the price. If it were stolen, I'd buy another. i might consider a different model (like the blackjack), but I'd probably stick with Schecter.

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