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Schecter Guitar Research Blackjack C-1 Electric Guitar
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Loaded with Seymour Duncan Nazgul and Sentient pickups, the Blackjack C-1 Electric Guitar provides a heavy and aggressive tone while retaining articu...Click To Read More About This Product
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Loaded with Seymour Duncan Nazgul and Sentient pickups, the Blackjack C-1 Electric Guitar provides a heavy and aggressive tone while retaining articulation that is necessary for high output music. The Blackjack Series also comes with an Ebony fretboard along with glow in the dark side dot inlays.
Mahogany body with set-in mahogany neck
Ebony fingerboard with ultra access neck joint
Glow in the dark side dots
Seymour Duncan Nazgul and Sentient passive humbuckers
Hipshot USA bridge
Crimson multi-ply binding and inlays
Schecter locking tuners
GraphTech Tusq nut
Case sold separately
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- Glow In Dark Side Dots
- Mine Came With Jbs
- Solid Electronics
- No Fret Markers
Comments about Schecter Guitar Research Blackjack C-1 Electric Guitar:
...you'll surely find this to be the sort of thing you go in for. I got mine used at GC for 1/2 what they cost new. The Med. Jumbo wire was played down to about 'Low Wide', but I looked it up and it had a pair of SD JBs worth more than 1/2 what they were asking for it. So, mine's pretty good, actually. The 5-way for 2 HBs goes:
2)inside coils of both [hum-cancelling 2 sc tone]
4)outside coils of both [" " "]
The 2 and 4 spots have the expected quieter output/less middle, but it's not really Strato-inbetween, either. They also, sad to say, sound identical to each other. No big loss, though; this guitar seems to prefer the HBs/distorto-amp sounds anyhow: the long scale (25 1/2") lends itself to easier legato and tap once you get up the neck (especially if you have big hands). It's a shame there's no inlay/dots (I'm sure that's part of the austere 'look'), but the glow-in-the-dark side-dots are nice...I have plenty of guitars right now, and I've not used this onstage in the year I've had it. It's been fun to play here and there, but I think I'm about to gut the JBs out of it to replace what came in my new Mockingbird....