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Schecter S-1 Elite
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Schecter S-1 Elite

Other Shape Guitar from Schecter belonging to the S series.

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«  guitar REALLY AMAZING! »

Publié le 07/10/11 à 16:58
Purchased in Los Angeles in 2005, the guitar is top notch! Everything is very neat, we see immediately that this is a quality instrument!

UTILIZATION

Handle very nice, giving a rare ease of playing, 22 frets and handle design allows easy access to acute and comfort both above and below the handle.
Great sound from the outset, and that all the amps on which I have connected!

SOUNDS

thanks to its two microphones and manufacture, the guitar offers a wide range of sonoritées to play a lot of very different styles of music (rock, blues, metal, etc.).
I played with this guitar on many different amps and I must say that this guitar sounds right away.

OVERALL OPINION

A great guitar, I tried a lot of different models and I must say that this guitar really has a particular sound which is nice and for very many styles of music!
Frankly, guitar TOP!
If the choice was a redo, I do it again immediately!
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