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Schecter C-7 MS SLS Elite Electric Guitar

Schecter C-7 MS SLS Elite Electric Guitar

Schecter's C-7 MS SLS Elite is ready to shred. Its multi-scale construction provides great intonation and feel across its 24-fret ebony fingerboard.

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Submitted March 14, 2018 by Quinton Udink in Hampton, VA
"One 7 to rule them all"
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Im very happy to be one of the first people to get their hands on this beautiful guitar. fretwork was is perfect! guitar plays beautifully most schecters i've experienced have frets that will cut your fingers at the edges but this feels great all the way around. The guitar feels balanced its pretty light, the finish is fantastic. The action came low, bridge feels great. I only wish their headstock was a bigger size the locking tuners on the back up near the top of the headstock nearly touch each other. Even though its unfair to compare necks my wife owns a rgix27 with nitro wizard 7 neck and I have to say this is about even as far as the thinness and to top it off the ease of access to the upper frets is quite perfect. 100/10
Musical Background:
ive been playing for a few years, guitar, I jam at home now this time im going the studio route. used to play live not anymore
Musical Style:
"djent" "deathcore" anything that doesnt suck
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Submitted January 24, 2020 by Andrew Nations in Brookhaven, MS
"Great guitar, not so good QC on this particular one"
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Received my schecter sls multiscale, the guitar itself is amazing. However, during the un boxing, I noticed the tip of the headstock had burst through the protective material, and there was some light scuffing on it. Not too big of an issue. But once I went over the guitar I begin to notice problems. The last few frets have some sort of file marks visible, and some scuffing inn the side of the fretboard nearby. The nut also has some material that looks like glue seeping out of the sides, it doesn't look exactly perfectly seated. This is kind of a lot to make it past quality control. Having said that, the guitar does feel and sound great, and the finish is pristine.
Musical Background:
Bass player since 2006, picked up guitar later, now working on production / recording
Musical Style:
Rock, metal, alternative, progressive
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Submitted September 18, 2018 by Dashawn Elgin in Jamaica, NY
"Just Wow"
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I was looking for a 7 sting multiscale guitar for a while. I finally found a good one like this guitar and from zZounds? I double deal because I went for the payment plan instead of paying it in full and this guitar is amazing. I'm still new to guitars but I learned a lot since I bought my first 7 string in December 2017. Before that I only played a 6 string but for 3 days. This Schecter guitar is not only for Metal but for all other genres. When I was playing around with the type of sound I want, I found sounds that correlated to different genres. Jazz, Rock, Metal, Blues, and anywhere inbetween those genres. My first 7 string was the "Damien Platinum 7 String" from Schecter. The major differences between the 2 is that the Damien was more for Metal because of the EMG Pickups. My one friend who played Alternative Rock always told me my guitar sounds like Metal. With the C-7 MS SLS Elite I mixed my sound with another sound like ERRA. Mostly their sound from their newest album "Neon". I couldn't get that sound with my Damien Plat 7. It's heavier than ERRA but it sounds relaxing like ERRA and I really love this sound. These Seymour Duncan pickups are amazing like people said on reviews. It made me look over EMGs like they are nothing anymore.Since this is my first time playing a multiscale guitar, I had to get used to it. I was slightly off frets when I was playing cause I was used to the "normal" fretboard. 2 weeks so far I've had this guitar and I got used to it. The neck of this guitar feels like home. The only thing I didn't like about this guitar is that the body is a gloss finish. I'm slowly trying to get use to it but I always like a matte or satin finish.If your looking to buy this as your first 7 string or guitar in general don't depend on people's thoughts on buying a 6 string first than upgrade to a 7. Like I said I played a 6 for 3 days but I barely played it. Now that same 6 is collecting dust. 7 is like a 6 but don't treat it like a 6. You need to venture out of the playing style that most people have with 6 string guitars. You'll know the difference between the playing styles when you look at how people play or the tabs people write for set strings.If you want to buy this guitar go ahead if you have the budget for it. And if you don't go lower. But if you want to buy a 7 string as your first guitar make sure your extremely dedicated to it and not waste money on your 7 string. Learn from me, buy what you like, play songs from bands you know have those set strings, and don't listen to people on playing a 6 first unless you really want to play 6 strings first then upgrade that's your choice.
Musical Background:
7-string Guitar Only Guy. Played only 7 string since December 2017. Played a 6 string for 4 days in 2014. Self learning.
Musical Style:
Metalcore, Djent, Prog Metal
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