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TLC-Shaped Guitar from Schecter belonging to the PT series.

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  • dinothedrummerdinothedrummer

    My dream TV!

    Schecter PTPublished on 07/09/12 at 06:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    • Body: Alder
    • Neck: Maple
    • Fingerboard: Maple
    • Frets: 22 X-Jumbo
    • Pitch (mm): 647
    • Benchmarks: Points
    • Tuners: Grover
    • Bridge: Schecter PT-H
    • Hardware: Chrome
    • Pickups: Schecter SuperRock II
    • Controls: 1 Volume (push / pull), a tone

    UTILIZATION

    I would be over in my description and concise history of going to the essentials so you avoid having too much to read. If you want more info on this guitar feel free to come talk to me.

    The handle: it is great in the hand and fingers are suddenly seized with an urge to slam the funky rhythms (that's before connecting).

    In weight: bin it is the first time I have a TV that seems heavy, same weight as a go…
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    • Body: Alder
    • Neck: Maple
    • Fingerboard: Maple
    • Frets: 22 X-Jumbo
    • Pitch (mm): 647
    • Benchmarks: Points
    • Tuners: Grover
    • Bridge: Schecter PT-H
    • Hardware: Chrome
    • Pickups: Schecter SuperRock II
    • Controls: 1 Volume (push / pull), a tone

    UTILIZATION

    I would be over in my description and concise history of going to the essentials so you avoid having too much to read. If you want more info on this guitar feel free to come talk to me.

    The handle: it is great in the hand and fingers are suddenly seized with an urge to slam the funky rhythms (that's before connecting).

    In weight: bin it is the first time I have a TV that seems heavy, same weight as a good les paul but you get used quickly.

    Balance: standing bin with a good strap is nickel. The handle is comfortable to hold and you experience the desire to do good with your guitar (albeit a bit heavy in my opinion)

    access to acute: I am a good guitarist purely rhythmic therefore acute bin I hits a bit. There are not innaccessibles, but I do not think the guitar is made for that.

    Aesthetics: the most significant home safe. She is just beautiful. I have the version of Black and yellow frosted trim on the edges really well and found the shape of the head is not disgusting?

    The Sound: Bin is not difficult it is plug and play. One volume, one tone, one three position selector and can be micro splitter (that's cool!). I mostly bought it for. In dual config damn it sends the steak, then a TV with which to navigate the hardcore stoner metal ambience ing problem, much as in the good old rock spot through punk.

    In simple config bin are very distinctive sound but remains oriented tele telecaster powerful nonetheless (at least that's what I think).

    In short the beast is in my opinion makes for good distortion or big crunch. For clear I have not sufficiently exploited the beast in order to give constructive notice (I reparlerais in 2/3 months).

    SOUNDS

    So to give you an idea I play hardcore, metal, stoner, punk short music at high volume and demand for the distortion.

    Bin it ride very well in this type of registry, imagine yourself in a mustang raring to go with the engine that purrs when you drive cool and explodes as soon as you press the pedal and it will give you an idea of ​​what can be this guitar.

    I think it is very difficult to transcribe the sound of words that may well deliver this guitar. I know we not see much and therefore it is not easy to try but I urge you to annoy your local dealer for you to try it because it's worth it.

    So I played in a combo of terror in tiny orange and I liked the british side a little dirty but it lacked serious. And I had the chance to try it in a Laboga the beast combo 15-watt lamp to live and you see the bin mustang?? bin even better than that! as a result I will be ordering the head of the Beast in 30watts Laboga because frankly it's just huge and the association with this guitar is magic.

    Well I would put 10/10 when I had the amp with me :)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 weeks. That was almost a year since I was looking for a telecaster equipped with double I could split. Unfortunately in the style I was looking for I have seen this config in the U.S. Custom has almost 1500 € and then the fat telecaster but something I find quite ugly (a telecaster with rounded edges that turn you on you?).

    The telecaster blacktop only moderately pleased me and we can not split the singles. In short after much research I came across this guitar and delighting lool well I'm going to see my buddy keeper of a store zik and I held his has something like this: hello! you can order me the schecter PT in black please? and he told me "OK" and here one week after the request here I am sitting in his shop guitar in hand and one hour later sitting at home became the proud owner of this fabulous guitar which now has a name: Marianne .

    If with all this you have no desire to try it ... lol.

    Keep rock and Pluch!
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