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Schecter C-1 Elite
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Schecter C-1 Elite

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

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Publié le 06/03/09 à 23:58
- It's a guitar schecter C-1 Elite Amber made in USA
- 24 frets, 2 Duncan Design mircos double
- Fixed Bridge
- A volume control, tone (push pull)
- Channel 24 end box, very comfortable

The guitar is beautiful, golden-hued, micro gold, translucent wood finish impeccable.

UTILIZATION

First the comfort of the handle is perfect, there's no denying the solos go really easily. The quality of the microphones is remarkable, it is easy fender type sound very funky ... but also superb saturation, large potential for great solo too.

SOUNDS

I play everything! This guitar is very versatile. I use a vox.
I can use in his clear, bold, metal, jazz ... everything works perfectly.

OVERALL OPINION

I was a month ago, she is beautiful, very light, sounds great.

What annoys me is that people can experience this guitar.

Honestly, I want some more expensive Ibanez ..... pitiful beside this schecter.

Really value for money is awesome ..
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