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  • KCDiseKCDise

    Schecter Demon-7 FRPublished on 03/21/10 at 10:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Crafted in China

    - Body Tieule
    - Maple neck
    - Rosewood fingerboard
    - 24 frets
    - Benchmarks "Gothic Cross"
    - Locking tremolo licensed under Floyd Rose
    - 2 humbucker Desugned Duncan HB-105
    - Color Black Satin
    - 1 tone, 1 volume and a 3 position selector
    - D'Addario
    10/10
    Good materials, excellent microphones and supplied with D'Addario strings

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is quite confusing at first if you have never played a 7 string and you leave with a handle 6 strings Ibanez extra fine. But we made it very well.

    Somewhat cumbersome, but nothing nasty.

    Access to acute is less easy than on recent Ibanez with the shoe off, here we have a little trouble standing involved…
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    Crafted in China

    - Body Tieule
    - Maple neck
    - Rosewood fingerboard
    - 24 frets
    - Benchmarks "Gothic Cross"
    - Locking tremolo licensed under Floyd Rose
    - 2 humbucker Desugned Duncan HB-105
    - Color Black Satin
    - 1 tone, 1 volume and a 3 position selector
    - D'Addario
    10/10
    Good materials, excellent microphones and supplied with D'Addario strings

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is quite confusing at first if you have never played a 7 string and you leave with a handle 6 strings Ibanez extra fine. But we made it very well.

    Somewhat cumbersome, but nothing nasty.

    Access to acute is less easy than on recent Ibanez with the shoe off, here we have a little trouble standing involved throwing big shreds up to the 24th fret. Despite the lowering of Légé hoof it remains a bit annoying for shredding.

    It responds immediately to the sound.
    8 / 10
    the hoof of some stick gene access to acute but I'm making it a big deal!

    SOUNDS

    I play mostly metal but also with gypsy jazz, blues, rock ... when the mood takes me.

    It fits perfectly even if it is made for metal but in fact I say that just because it's a 7 string painted black with powerful microphones and pests, if I know.
    CLEAN
    bridge pickup slammed into it, accurate
    combined in this powerful, always accurate and denser (my favorite for clean)
    in neck pickup is fat, round and dense

    DISTO
    in bridge pickup is sharp, precise ... HEAVY! (My favorite for distortion riffs or solos)
    combined in this round, a little less accurate (also good for solo)
    in neck pickup is fat and round but not too rough (great for tapping or sweeping)
    I tried it with combo (VSR30 old Marshall and Peavey Bandit 112) and a POD 2.0 and it sounds great!
    I think the configuration Schecter Demon-7GB / POD 2.0 / clean-combo is a misfortune whatever the combo used.

    Otherwise right now I use it with my stack Bugera 333XL/Marshall MF400 is equally Uch-in-your-face!

    No sound hateful, they are all trying to do his own opinion.
    10/10
    Versatile guitar, which is not difficult with his amp and doing everything to be loved.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had it 6 months, I bought it new for € 498 if my memory is good.
    I waited three thousand years before they have it in stock, it is super hard to find.

    I had 2 Ibanez 6 string neck with super nice that Floyd and with a recent shoe off and an older bridge with standart and normal shoe.
    I had never touched a 7-string before my Schecter, I had just fed up with all the time tune my guitars and farting strings.

    Excellent value for money, it was the 7 string floyd with the cheapest on the market when I bought it.

    Whatever happens to them is a strong Procurra! I do not think it separates easily, not unless you can afford and want a super high-end model instead.
    I say well "Run to buy!" but you can go long before courrir see a sale in my opinion. AH AH AH AH! I ale!
    9 / 10
    because despite the shoe (yes, him again!) compensates for everything else.
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