Schecter Guitar Research V-1 Platinum 820

Schecter Guitar Research V-1 Platinum Electric Guitar Satin SilverSchecter Guitar Research V-1 Platinum Electric Guitar Satin Silver
The Schecter V-1 Platinum Electric Guitar packs a lot of features for the price. The V-shaped mahogany body looks amazing in its sleek satin finish. The set maple neck is joined at the heal with Schecter’s ultra-access neck joint to help you reach high notes with maximum facility. This platinum edition gets ebony for the fingerboard to add durability and sustain with 24 extra-jumbo frets at your disposal.The Schecter V-1 sports active electronics that play a key role in its sound. An EMG 66 humbucker in the neck position and EMG 77 at the bridge produce all the crunch and power you can use, shaped by dual volume controls and a master tone. A tune-o-matic bridge allows for precise adjustment of intonation and string height, while the string-thru-body tailpiece design further adds to the V-1’s sustain and tone. Case sold spearately.BodyBody shape: VBody type: Solid bodyBody material: Solid woodTop wood: Not applicableBody wood: MahoganyBody finish: SatinOrientation: Right handedNeckNeck shape: C thinNeck wood: Maple 3-pieceJoint: Set-inScale length: 25.5Truss rod: StandardNeck finish: SatinFretboardMaterial: EbonyRadius: 14Fret size: Extra-jumboNumber of frets: 24Inlays: TempestNut width: 1.65 (42mm)PickupsConfiguration: HHNeck: EMG 66Middle: Not applicableBridge: EMG 57Brand: EMGActive or passive: ActiveSeries or parallel: SeriesPiezo: NoActive EQ: NoSpecial electronics: NoneControlsControl layout: Volume 1, volume 2, master tonePickup switch: 3-wayCoil tap or split: NoKill switch: NoHardwareBridge type: FixedBridge design: Tune-o-maticTailpiece: String thru bodyTuning machines: Schecter lockingColor: Satin chromeOtherNumber of strings: 6-stringSpecial features: PickupsCase: Sold separatelyAccessories: NoneCountry of origin: South Korea
Guitars, Electric Guitars, Solid Body Electric Guitars Schecter Guitar Research J20537.001 820
Schecter Guitar Research, Solid Body Electric Guitars

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