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Schecter Guitar Research Hellraiser C-7 Electric Guitar



Sound Quality

Going for a grllrglllrgrrrroar death metal sound, this guitar does its job. It's nothing at all to cut through everyone else to play a lead. I'm playing through a 5150II and a Marshall 1960a, so the mixture is a quite fine one (albeit I'd rather have a triple recto). I like everything about this guitar's sound except the way the EMGs are a bit mid-range crunchy. Basically the sound that makes it great for lead is its flaw for the sound of rhythm.

Reliability/Durability

As all Schecters, the strap buttons are ridiculously large, which is awesome. I never even got strap locks on it after MY PREVIOUS ONES WORE DOWN AND FELL OFF. *coughschallercough* Yeah, anyways, I'm scared to touch this guitar sometimes because it's so clean, but I depend on it like nobody's business. I think I might've broken a string on it once (due to me trying to bend way too far anyways), but that's it.

General Comments

I have another Schecter (PT Blackjack) and I absolutely love these guitars. I've had the PT for almost 3 years and there hasn't been a thing wrong. I've had this C7 for almost a year and I love it more and more all the time. If it was stolen (if I lost it I'd just off myself for being a moron) I would definitely buy another. I would say I'd get the new Jeff Loomis sig but it has a naughty floyd rose. For $577 (or the regular price of $699), this is an EFFING GREAT GUITAR




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