As its name suggests, the Demon series guitars are oriented instruments Metal. The satin finishes, fittings and Black Chrome Gothic cross as marks in the first inning confirm glance this intuition.
Type of Frets: X-Jumbo
Number of Frets: 24
Diapason (mm): 647
Benchmarks: Gothic Cross
Finish: - Metallic Black (MBK)
Mark lifts: Schecter
Type of Bridge: Vibrato floating
Brand Bridge: Floyd Rose
Finish: Black Nickel
Mark Pickup: Duncan Designed
Microphone type: active humbuckers
Models microphones: HB-105 (x2)
Controls: Volume (x1)
Nice handle with the cross marks Gothic are beautiful, beautiful finish; floyd seems robust and remains accessible reacts very well and the guitar does not go out of tune no complaints about the quality compared to the purchase price above the face conccurents (Floyd rotting on LTD!)
The pickups are active humbuckers "Duncan Designed" So HB105 sub Seymour Duncan.
They are not bad but are very rough in clear but not very long and rather limited in saturation! Personally I mounted mine in EMG 81/85 and one discovers the beast: it is day and night; of the beast at aptly named Demon !!
On a tube amp is a treat we get a clear sound and a heavy saturation well wish !!
It's been 2 years so I play this demon; it is a predominated in the metal guitar (active pickups require!). Most of this guitar are his violin and Floyd and the negative side I find is the quality of the original pickups (they could snap EMG!)
I advise vraimmment this guitar for its price / quality ratio but I recommend changing the original pickups !!