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Schecter Blackjack ATX C-8
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Eight is Enough

Schecter Blackjack ATX C-8 Mini-Review

I was very curious before testing this new instrument for two reasons: first, because the C-8 is an eight-string guitar(!), which is a quite new concept; and second, because it's a Schecter. This brand left us with some very good impressions during previous reviews. We were curious to discover its interpretation of the eight-string guitar concept invented by another famous Asian manufacturer in 2007. Let's warm up the fingers and get on with it... Read more…
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  • Excellent product

    Schecter Blackjack ATX C-8Publié le 03/12/13 à 13:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Schecter Blackjack ATX specifications C8 black satin:
    Mahogany body
    Mahogany 3 rooms
    Ebony
    Diapason 673.1mm
    24 jumbo frets
    Schecter mechanical blocking
    Seymour Duncan Blackout active pickups
    Controls 2 volume and 1 tone
    3-way switch
    Hipshot bridge
    Black chrome fittings

    UTILIZATION

    Handle compared to what is said on the net is very nice and is not nearly as impressive as they say!
    If you want a big stick go for a ride on the side of the ESP sc608 bk.
    I had this before and it was big but very enjoyable to play.
    Short!
    Access to acute is easy, the handle allows a rapid transition from the bottom to the top of it.
    This guitar is well proportioned but can......
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    Schecter Blackjack ATX specifications C8 black satin:
    Mahogany body
    Mahogany 3 rooms
    Ebony
    Diapason 673.1mm
    24 jumbo frets
    Schecter mechanical blocking
    Seymour Duncan Blackout active pickups
    Controls 2 volume and 1 tone
    3-way switch
    Hipshot bridge
    Black chrome fittings

    UTILIZATION

    Handle compared to what is said on the net is very nice and is not nearly as impressive as they say!
    If you want a big stick go for a ride on the side of the ESP sc608 bk.
    I had this before and it was big but very enjoyable to play.
    Short!
    Access to acute is easy, the handle allows a rapid transition from the bottom to the top of it.
    This guitar is well proportioned but can small for my taste.
    I have a big preference for 27 "baritone.
    What is nice is that the strings are not glued to the other, the space between is calculated correctly and does not interfere with the game

    SOUNDS

    For it sounds schecter!
    I found my ESP broader level sounds perfect but too shrill.
    The schecter will tend to be more withdrawn but offer a perfectly control which ultimately crowd out this side "stale".
    The most shocking is the sustain!
    So there there to!
    In the studio we stayed on the ass!
    I used a complete configuration Diezel VH4 / diezel 212r
    Nickel but not yet fully Amon taste at this point it really is over time I got used to his schecter and I do not regret it.
    8cordes for this design, you might think that the highs were left out ... no mistake.
    Always perfectly adjusted and controlled, accurate, well presented but not loud really well proportioned made between bass and treble.
    This is all perfectly controlled which is very rare for a 8 strings.
    J has a style metal / hardcore and we say this guitar is perfect for that.
    The best play with on the clean channel .... Looks like a bass! But a sound that I had never managed àavoir with this type of guitar, the total slap!

    OVERALL OPINION

    The price / quality ratio is almost perfect!
    In this price range, have u made like this is very rare!
    Ebony keys very pleasant despite the range.
    I would do this choice without hesitation!
    And gods knows I've had guitars!
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  • Schecter Blackjack ATX C-8Publié le 01/01/11 à 10:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    made in Korea
    Bridge Hipshot custom 8
    Mahogany body and the handle.
    24 frets
    2 volume and 1 tone.
    Mic selector 3 positions
    Seymour Duncan Blackout 2 micro

    UTILIZATION

    Despite the normal neck width, 8 strings must be accommodated! if it is very convenient, cons must have enough hands grandes.L 'access to the treble is very correct.
    The guitar is pretty heavy, I did not have weighed ...
    We get a good sound easily see if it should

    SOUNDS

    below in part to my style of music, even if that side I'm pretty eclectic ...
    It sounds straightforward as either clear or in full, crisp and accurate, the F # tone is very serious normal you'll tell me, for against this rope has a tendency......
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    made in Korea
    Bridge Hipshot custom 8
    Mahogany body and the handle.
    24 frets
    2 volume and 1 tone.
    Mic selector 3 positions
    Seymour Duncan Blackout 2 micro

    UTILIZATION

    Despite the normal neck width, 8 strings must be accommodated! if it is very convenient, cons must have enough hands grandes.L 'access to the treble is very correct.
    The guitar is pretty heavy, I did not have weighed ...
    We get a good sound easily see if it should

    SOUNDS

    below in part to my style of music, even if that side I'm pretty eclectic ...
    It sounds straightforward as either clear or in full, crisp and accurate, the F # tone is very serious normal you'll tell me, for against this rope has a tendency to curl in spite of adjustment and string sets of origin is not that great.
    Furthermore I find that powerchords with 2 strings are rather badly, too messy but good can be just ca me

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had the one month, I have hesitated with a model but ESP Ltd I chose to Schecter for their serious and look ...
    For me it's a good value, I certainly do it again this election.
    I already see those who say 8 strings no sense, it was already 7 when a lot then to 9 strings, fad ... but it may be open to new horizons, short and soon I think buying a TV. ..
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