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Schecter Guitar Research Hellraiser V-1 Limited Electric Guitar
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The body of the Schecter Hellraiser V-1 Limited electric guitar not only looks awesome with its beautiful quilted maple top and mahogany body, but al...Click To Read More About This Product
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The body of the Schecter Hellraiser V-1 Limited electric guitar not only looks awesome with its beautiful quilted maple top and mahogany body, but allows you unhindered access to the entire 3-piece mahogany neck. Schecter's Ultra Access neck joint lets you comfortably reach all 24 extra-jumbo frets. The rosewood fingerboard is adorned with awesome "gothic cross" inlays. EMG Active 85 (neck) & 81 (bridge) humbucking pickups give you all the crunch and aggressiveness you need. A TonePros Tune-O-Matic bridge with thru-body string design adds tonal stability and sustain. Black chrome hardware and abalone body binding, add to the dark vibe of this demonically inspired Schecter guitar.
- Body Style: V
- Construction: Set-neck with Ultra Access neck joint
- Body: Mahogany
- Top: Quilted maple
- Neck: 3-piece mahogany
- Scale length: 25.5"
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Frets: 24 extra-jumbo
- Fingerboard inlays: "Gothic cross"
- Binding: Abalone
- Pickups: EMG 81 & 85 Active humbuckers
- Electronics: 2 Volumes, 1 Tone 3-way toggle Selector
- Bridge: TonePros Tune-o-matic with thru-body string design
- Tuners: Grover
- Hardware: Black chrome
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Rock solid reliable metal machine.Best guitar I've owned inclding my LTD MH 1000 Deluxe.EMG's are more versatile than one might think.Three way selector and twin volumes make this possible.Factory set up was spot on.This ax likes to play heavy and loud.Fit and finish are top notch.I want a 7 string version.This has ebony fret board not rosewood.