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About Schecter Guitars:
Schecter Guitars have been among the absolute elite in the music industry for close to 40 years. How does a company manage to be so respected for so long? The answer to that question is really pretty simple: they are constantly expanding and evolving their line of instruments to appeal from everyone to casual players to serious virtuosos. By committing to excellence and striving to put instruments into the hands of anyone who truly wants to play, Schecter Guitar Research has earned their reputation for greatness.
Over the years, SGR guitars and basses have been wielded by an incredible assortment of talent. Musicians such as Cheap Trick's Robin Zander, Danzig's Steve Zing, East Bay Ray of the Dead Kennedys, Nikki SIxx of Motley Crue and Sixx A.M., Filter's Richard Patrick, GWAR's Balsac the Jaws o' Death, Prince, The Cure's Robert Smith, Robert De Leo of Stone Temple Pilots, Sean Yseult of White Zombie and Stars & Dagger, and more all love their Schecter instruments. With a pedigree like that, it's no wonder you're considering an SGR instrument for yourself.
But which SGR instrument is right for you? Well, that's a matter of interest, personal preference and skill level. For example, if you're in the market for a solid entry level bass guitar, you'll want to feast your eyes on the Stiletto Extreme-4 Bass. If you're looking into a beginner six string, on the other hand, you may want to have a look at the OMEN-6 Electric Guitar. Maybe you're more interested in a seven string guitar? Then definitely check out an SGR C-7 7 String Electric Guitar or an OMEN-7 Electric Guitar. There are even incredible options for lefties such as the OMEN-6 Left Handed Electric Guitar and the Hellraiser Extreme-4 Left-Handed Electric Bass Guitar.
Schecter isn't limited to just instruments, however. In fact, it's quite on the contrary. SGR offer a wonderful lineup of amplifiers and accessories as well. The fact is that you could easily turn to Schecter Guitar Research to outfit your entire setup. So dive in, pick up your favorite SGR gear and let the music do the talking.