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Special Edition ATX Solo 7, LP-Shaped Guitar from Schecter in the Special Edition series.


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Schecter Special Edition ATX Solo 7 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Schecter
  • Model:Special Edition ATX Solo 7
  • Series:Special Edition
  • Category:LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/02/2011

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Schecter Special Edition ATX Solo 7 user reviews

Average Score:4.0(4/5 based on 1 review)
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shakafouka01/20/2013

shakafouka's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A 7 string that stands out"

Schecter Special Edition ATX Solo 7
- 7-string guitar made in Korea. Controlled and regulated in the States.
- Mahogany body
- Table in Maple
- Fixed bridge with string-through Pro Tone
- Neck Mahogany, diapason 26.5 (673.1 mm)
- Ebony fingerboard 24 frets, jumbo frets X-
- Mechanical Schecter wraps ratio 19:1

- Active pickups Seymour Duncan Blackouts AHB-1 (7-string)
- 2 volumes - one tone
- 1 3-position selector.

- Color: Black mat with yellow 3 ply Binding
- Chandlers: Black Chrome

UTILIZATION

- The handle a little surprised at first. On the one hand, this is my first 7 string. And the other, the pitch of 26.5 inches can destabilize (larger pitch = more power).
Apart from that, the ebony fingerboard is very nice, even if it is after a matter of taste, satin handle, I love. It hangs less than glossy.
In terms of weight, the combination mahogany / Single cut + long handle 7 strings, it is tough. To play up, it takes a very wide strap and padded, otherwise hello tendonitis!
It is perfectly set to start and would very well in terms of tuning.
In terms of sound, one branch and there's more than ...

SOUNDS

- I play in a style that oscillates between rock and Heavy Metal. I do not think it is thought to jazz (although ...). She is ideal for everything related to saturation but you have to play with the knobs for volume that touches clean.
- The Bridge pickup is a steamroller! How do I get compendre?
It sends outright while remaining warm and not particularly aggressive. We feel the difference with EMG81/85 is less straight, drool over it. I think it is a good compromise between the latter and liabilities such Alnivo V. There are still a small bump / clean grain with ceramic magnets.
- The neck pickup when he turns to creamier, warmer but sufficiently defined to dislocate like a madman.
- I tested it on a 5150 III, and we say that this amp is his playground
I play mostly repeat / concert on JCM2000 or 5150 (with baffle in Orange 4X12 Vintage 30) with a tube screamer in front.
It is monstrous, potato's this guitar. I am surprised at the beginning of each session.
In the House, I only play in my sound card on a soft kind Guiter Rig, I admit it is a little softer, it needs watt lamps and beautiful.
This is a very good guitar for me. But I think it will not be THE guitar for me. It lacks versatility for my taste.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a little less than a year.
7-string, I tried several models in the same range Schecter, Ibanez, ESP, ...
Strangely, this is perhaps the mics I like the least. I'll come back pretty well in passive hello try but the cost of work!
For me it is this brand that, at present one of the best price / quality ratio.
Maybe I axerais more choice on my guitar to the same spec but with passive pickups.
But this is still one of the best guitars I have had in my possession.
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