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  • heads on fireheads on fire

    Low, rich, and juicy!

    Schecter Blackjack C-7Published on 01/14/12 at 12:52
    Bound mahogany body
    Set maple neck
    Rosewood fretboard with black pearl dots/Blackjack cards inlay at 12th fret
    26-1/2" scale
    Seymour Duncan JB (SH-4) and '59 (SH-1n) pickups
    Grover locking tuners
    TonePros locking bridge with through-body strings
    Grey pearl body binding
    Black Chrome hardware


    UTILIZATION

    Chug chug CHUGGGG! This guitar gets down in the depths like a champ! It is a very well made, mid-level set-neck 7 string axe with an extended scale, passive (!) pickups, locking tuners, TonePros locking bridge, and it strings through the body, so those features combine for a massive sound. The binding and inlays are a nice plus on the cosmetic side - they don't look cheesy,…
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    Bound mahogany body
    Set maple neck
    Rosewood fretboard with black pearl dots/Blackjack cards inlay at 12th fret
    26-1/2" scale
    Seymour Duncan JB (SH-4) and '59 (SH-1n) pickups
    Grover locking tuners
    TonePros locking bridge with through-body strings
    Grey pearl body binding
    Black Chrome hardware


    UTILIZATION

    Chug chug CHUGGGG! This guitar gets down in the depths like a champ! It is a very well made, mid-level set-neck 7 string axe with an extended scale, passive (!) pickups, locking tuners, TonePros locking bridge, and it strings through the body, so those features combine for a massive sound. The binding and inlays are a nice plus on the cosmetic side - they don't look cheesy, like I thought they could. The neck is a bit chunky on the depth, so it takes to larger hands a bit better than smaller, but it felt very comfortable to me.

    SOUNDS

    This guitar sounds ENORMOUS. The positive string contact with the strung-through body design, coupled with the locking hardware, makes for a ton of sustain and resonance. Mahogany provides the rich lows and mids, while maple gives it a good presence, and rosewood tampers high mids, so it isn't too twangy. The wood selection is excellent for this type of instrument. Seymour Duncan is a great choice in this - the guitar boasts 7-string versions of two of my favorite passive pickups of all time, so the guitar sounds fantastic plugged into an amp.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I like this guitar a great deal. It is obviously meant more for the metal market, yet it can hang in other genres with ease - the Duncan pickups see to that. It is a good way to get into playing an extended range instrument without breaking the bank, but also making sure not to get a hunk of junk. This guitar is a good instrument overall, and I'd recommend it for the curious guitarists that want to explore the extreme low end range.
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  • Jonathan-mayerJonathan-mayer

    Schecter Blackjack C-7Published on 11/08/06 at 15:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -Made in Korea
    24-round boxes, 2 Seymour Duncan humbuckers 59 '
    Fixed bridge string-through-
    -1 Volume knob and 1 tone, 3 position pickup selector
    Handle large-nag

    UTILIZATION

    Having been a happy Owner 'ibanez RG7, the case was a different type of scratch: a handle more monstrous and very easy to take over by fans of les paul (nothing to do with Ibanez)
    access to the last two boxes a little hard (so I put 9!)
    sound? I talk about it right after ...

    SOUNDS

    I received yesterday morning ...
    I wouffff a branch and its monstrous!
    slap! a powerful and precise! the riffs are enormous, I understand at once that my ibanez rg 570 will remain in its cradle I found …
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    -Made in Korea
    24-round boxes, 2 Seymour Duncan humbuckers 59 '
    Fixed bridge string-through-
    -1 Volume knob and 1 tone, 3 position pickup selector
    Handle large-nag

    UTILIZATION

    Having been a happy Owner 'ibanez RG7, the case was a different type of scratch: a handle more monstrous and very easy to take over by fans of les paul (nothing to do with Ibanez)
    access to the last two boxes a little hard (so I put 9!)
    sound? I talk about it right after ...

    SOUNDS

    I received yesterday morning ...
    I wouffff a branch and its monstrous!
    slap! a powerful and precise! the riffs are enormous, I understand at once that my ibanez rg 570 will remain in its cradle I found ... THE GUITAR!
    I directly attack parts scratched my last pc components and the diffrence between shots scratch is enormous! the sound is much more precise and less parasit

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since yesterday!
    what I like? his class, his nag and handle his sharp and precise!
    I've been testing a ltd viper 400, a Yamaha RGX TT 6 drop, but I cracked instanment! there is a huge gap between the skyscrapers and all the ones I tried before!
    I got it for 800 euros and some backing tracks and the choice I would do without question!
    (Even if between the time of my order today and it took 150)
    This skyscraper is monstrous!
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  • tonguetongue

    Schecter Blackjack C-7Published on 11/24/07 at 17:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    7cordes, 24 cases (!) With fixed bridge and
    especially an intermediate pitch: between the baritone and the tuning fork type fender (rg, etc.) makes a unique guitar so far.
    It is hoped that this type of construction spread ... really!
    violin really impressive for the price.
    I prefer a natural finish but good.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is of medium thickness, but you feel at ease very quickly on it.
    ca nikel slides,
    shrinking work is excellent, even impressive.
    the guitar is relatively heavy, fairly well balanced upright
    the sound is, the two microphones, super combined, the knobs are progressive
    great versatility, efficiency and knobs
    intermediate positions are inte…
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    7cordes, 24 cases (!) With fixed bridge and
    especially an intermediate pitch: between the baritone and the tuning fork type fender (rg, etc.) makes a unique guitar so far.
    It is hoped that this type of construction spread ... really!
    violin really impressive for the price.
    I prefer a natural finish but good.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is of medium thickness, but you feel at ease very quickly on it.
    ca nikel slides,
    shrinking work is excellent, even impressive.
    the guitar is relatively heavy, fairly well balanced upright
    the sound is, the two microphones, super combined, the knobs are progressive
    great versatility, efficiency and knobs
    intermediate positions are interresting but I do not use bcp
    I like the middle position in the clean
    access to acute: we must be careful from the 23rd but it's going to (not as well as a row on this point)

    SOUNDS

    The guitar has very good acoustic properties and a slight reverb at the end of note were friendly but not very clean for rhythm 'axes' with huge gains
    >> Solution: it can be useful to lower the volume a bit for large saturations
    The volume knob is not for 'ienchs ^ ^

    in fact the sound palette is very wide, you can get almost any of the scratches.
    for clean sounds, jazzy sounds mellow, great crunch, of course easy to get metal sounds.
    is the type of guitar reminds me of a electron force is unnecessary.

    harmonics come out very well, sustain finally is loong and beautiful.
    super behavior.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been 3 months I have
    I had 5 electric I tried a lot (50?)
    The report price is amazing quality, best Ibanez, Esp ... recently.
    I even talking about the other brands anyway there is no real equivalence, let alone in this pricing game.
    I play a tone lower
    Therefore one should I opt for taking from 64 to 52 .... 10
    I do it again this choice without hesitate
    small flat for CCAA into the 24th box
    but at least it is.
    on the other hand must know the pitch a bit makes the game great in the high particularly pleasant
    singing, live ...
    good interraction with the amp (thank you to Duncan)
    a p. .. good surprise.
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  • Joe-RhysJoe-Rhys

    a very good 7-string!

    Schecter Blackjack C-7Published on 08/09/11 at 13:59
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    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    South Korea is a fixed bridge, 24 frets neck all mahogany with 2 humbucker pickups Seymour Duncan SH1 in the neck and bridge in SH4.
    was 1 volume and 1 tone with a 5-way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    the handle takes a little practice to be comfortable with, at that level, I prefer that of the Ibanez RG7-620 is much easier ...
    the notes ring clear, shrinking is good you can play without the shred souscis ...
    access to acute is well ... just after a certain time to adapt ...
    the sound is very good!
    Moreover, on this point, I have come to prefer to seymour duncan-DiMarzio so they are much more accurate ...
    the sound is dynamic, the notes are accurate, the sound is warm, enough to…
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    South Korea is a fixed bridge, 24 frets neck all mahogany with 2 humbucker pickups Seymour Duncan SH1 in the neck and bridge in SH4.
    was 1 volume and 1 tone with a 5-way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    the handle takes a little practice to be comfortable with, at that level, I prefer that of the Ibanez RG7-620 is much easier ...
    the notes ring clear, shrinking is good you can play without the shred souscis ...
    access to acute is well ... just after a certain time to adapt ...
    the sound is very good!
    Moreover, on this point, I have come to prefer to seymour duncan-DiMarzio so they are much more accurate ...
    the sound is dynamic, the notes are accurate, the sound is warm, enough to venture into the territory of jazz ...

    SOUNDS

    it is well suited to my style which is very edgy rock (come on, we can say the hard-rock!).
    we get all the sounds as long as one takes the trouble to try in his clear, crunch and saturated.
    sure that distorted sounds, it really is nirvana, and if you're a soloist at heart, you've come, and has what it takes to meet the expectations of discerning guitarists ...
    I tried a Marshall MG50 with just a little reverb to give a little more body ...
    I loved everything about this guitar, so I did not hate!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have played this afternoon and I can tell you that it smoothly outperforms the Ibanez RG7-620 (I mentioned above) in terms of sound ...
    I tried a bunch of guitars, and indeed they should hire me to guitarist magazine or guitar part for which I tested them all guitars, basses and amps that come in the writing!
    I liked everything except that it has no floyd!
    I found it used less than 500 € in a store and, in my opinion, it's a bargain!
    this is the 2nd 7-string that I took the time to try and it really great qualities for an instrument like this, for sure she excels at various saturations, but it can do better and venture into territories such as jazz or funk carefree, so if you try the 7-string and you are open minded blackjack this is for you!
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  • belzebbelzeb

    Excellent 7!

    Schecter Blackjack C-7Published on 12/19/10 at 06:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The piece is made in Korea, assembled and tested in the USA.
    Body and mahogany neck, rosewood frets, maple table.
    Fixed Bridge Tune-o-Matic, traversing ropes.
    Channel set neck 24 frets, 26.5 inches, that is longer than the standard handles Fender, Ibanez, ESP / LTP ... to one half inch of a baritone neck. FretJumbo
    Seymour Duncan '59 and Beck
    One volume, one tone, 5 position selector. I know the combinations of positions, but it looks to me like standard ...

    Nice finish, nothing to say is good work.

    UTILIZATION

    The Shaft:

    The handle is quite special. For those familiar with the sleeves Ibanez is the extreme opposite: It is thick, round, the strings are spaced le…
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    The piece is made in Korea, assembled and tested in the USA.
    Body and mahogany neck, rosewood frets, maple table.
    Fixed Bridge Tune-o-Matic, traversing ropes.
    Channel set neck 24 frets, 26.5 inches, that is longer than the standard handles Fender, Ibanez, ESP / LTP ... to one half inch of a baritone neck. FretJumbo
    Seymour Duncan '59 and Beck
    One volume, one tone, 5 position selector. I know the combinations of positions, but it looks to me like standard ...

    Nice finish, nothing to say is good work.

    UTILIZATION

    The Shaft:

    The handle is quite special. For those familiar with the sleeves Ibanez is the extreme opposite: It is thick, round, the strings are spaced less and the pitch is much longer than RG or S. He recalled the handle of a lot ESP / LTP Carpenter rounder. Simply put, very typical Gibson with a larger radius, and roundness less pronounced. In short, it's not ideal for the position of classical left hands. I was quite unsettled at first, but I got done with pleasure.
    The junction between the body and the neck is not bad for a set neck, but it's not perfect. Access to the rope so bad starts to be really dangerous from the 18th box, despite my big paws. For strings it is manageable, but not transcendent.

    For cons, the long pitch to be careful! Personally, with great big hands and is very enjoyable. The chords in the treble is much more comfortable than a standard pitch. on the other hand, for those who have small hands, acrobatic positions can be really difficult and tiring.

    BODY:

    It is a form of classical strat so nice sitting or standing. Less ergonomic than RG, but much better than a Fender and 100 times better than a Gibson. Although it is a 7 string, it is mahogany and has a long pitch, it does not weigh three tons. It is not light either, but I've had worse.

    AWARDED ON EASY DOES A GOOD SON?

    No problem!

    SOUNDS

    I tend to prog metal, www.myspace.com / grorr, and agrees very well with the style.

    For sound, it's really very good. The kit provides micro is very standard, but it gives it personality (active pickups, I think, would just make it unnecessarily messy and noisy). The sound is full spectrum from complete, lacking nothing, so we can do pretty much what we want.
    As a mahogany body, the strings are crossed and that the handle is stuck, she absolutely incredible sustain. I never heard that.
    She has her very own. It has a side rather pronounced in the low midrange. For even draw a parallel with Ibanez RG7 howl in the upper midrange, the Blackjack growls in the low midrange. She has a very violent side. Small crunch are quickly transformed into distortion. In short, it has a huge potato and it brings into focus the interpretation.

    The clean sounds are really nice, and 5 positions give things interesting. Were going to say that overall it's pretty crystaline, but not typed. It has no ugly side can have a Gibson, but it's not as bright and beautiful than a Fender or RG.

    For distos and crunch, I would say that the position is logically dual position easel. The other positions are not bad, even though they are, but there is so cella although ultimately, I remain permanently above ... Especially since it is a huge loss of earnings on the other, and no longer present, which is pretty bad.

    I play with a ENGL E530 preamp and power amp Mesa Two Fifty, and it fits him very well. It's clean, sharp and also very heavy.



    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had it three months and I play extensively on it.

    What I love is its power, sustain, very reassuring turn in manufacturing quality, and simplicity. The pitch length is really good. I play in drop A since I have, and unlike the guitars dipason of 25.5, it is fair to fair. The previous owner had granted two-tone below the if. It was funny and just, but the microphone does not follow.

    What I like least about her is the handle, but in the end I got very well done. Since I have my RG 7620 is in the closet, and no regrets!

    Playing 7 strings for about ten years, I try everything that comes to hand. And in this price range, I have not found better. This is not the ultimate guitar is not a holy grail, but I'll have to put more than 2000 € to find a better new. It should be noted that almost all the endorsers of playing on home Schecter 7 take this model and not a hellraiser, an elite or otherwise. It's not for nothing.

    With experience, I do it again this choice without hesitation.
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