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Schecter Blackjack C-1
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Schecter Blackjack C-1

STC-Shaped Guitar from Schecter belonging to the Blackjack series.

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Anonymous
Published on 04/24/05 at 08:18
Electric guitar solid body of Californian brand manufactured in core
see website for Schecter features

USE

Channel al-through codes + = lots of sustain
strat shape so acute in easy access
light enough

SONORITS

Exellent for metal, hard style and other large distortion, 5 position selector which allows to have a simpe simpe position in bridge and neck in well for its clear strat guy, but this is not a strat and dommaine is its saturation.
absolutely use with an all-tube amp will otherwise be a pity!

NOTICE GLOBAL

Too good guitar, if you happen to find a do as I try and you will not be disappointed but beware, c so good stuff to use with the correct amp because the result is disappointing on the transistor (g hybrid vox and it sounds horible) but on my autrte 50W all-tube amp Engl c of the killing !!!
Choice of capital amp !! lol
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