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Schecter Keith Merrow KM-6 MKIII Hybrid Electric Guitar

Schecter Keith Merrow KM-6 MKIII Hybrid Electric Guitar

With a streamlined design, a smooth 3-piece neck, and versatile Fishman Fluence pickups, the Schecter Keith Merrow KM-6 MKIII is comfortable in any genre.

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Submitted June 30, 2020 by Scott S in Stewart, MN
"Keith Merrow KM6 Snowblind"
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I can't say enough about how much I've enjoyed this buy!
Sound is amazing! By far the best metal pickups I have ever played through. Clear, no hiss, but a massive punch. Only downside to this is I now have 10 guitars that sound like crap compaired to this rig. EMG Demarzio Duncan take your pick I'll take these Fishman pickups any day. first guitar I've had with these so I have no compairison to the standard Cushman pickups vs the Merrow voiced but against everything I've played...Let's put it this way. This is the first any maybe only review I've ever written about any product...
Very well built frets are smooth. playing is effortless slides and bends come with no drag at all. The hipshot bridge is super comfortable and us flat enough to never get uncomfortable during Palm muting or aggressive picking
Ease of Use
It arrived to my door in perfect tune!!! Out of the box plug it in and DAMN! Seriously what more could you ask for?
Built well set neck and string through.. Should last forever.
Was looking at this and an ESP EII wish this came with a hard shell case but feature to feature this was a much better guitar for much less money
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Haven't had to contact
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The snowblind white is striking but IMO boring. However the fretboard is beautiful
Musical Background:
Long time player. Mostly just annoy the dogs... No one pays me to play. Wife may pay me to stop some nights
Musical Style:
Metalcore, Rock, Thrash, punk,
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