The Schecter Hellraiser Hybrid guitars are out
The Hellraiser Hybrid series of electric guitars introduced by Schecter at NAMM las January are now available in stores.
The Schecter Hellraiser Hybrid is a mix between a Hellraiser Extreme and a Blackjack SLS. The guitar bodies and necks are thinner and all equipped with an EMG 57/60 pickup combination with black chrome covers.
The guitars feature maple top, mahogany body, ebony fingerboard with compound radius. Inlays include offset and reverse dots and a Gothic Cross at the 12th fret.
Also new on this series is the use of carbon fiber for the binding and pickguard.
The Hellraiser Hybrid Series features five models; the C-1 ($1299), C-1 FR with Floyd Rose ($1449), C-7 ($1449), C-8 ($1499) and Tempest ($1299). Left-handed versions are available for all the models. Visit www.schecterguitars.com for further details.
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