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Schecter Guitar Research Jerry Horton Solo-6 Electric Guitar
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The Jerry Horton Solo-6 signature guitar is built on Schecter's popular Solo-6 platform. The 25-1/2" scale mahogany neck is set into an arched, singl...Click To Read More About This Product
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An unforgettable take on a winning axe.
The Jerry Horton Solo-6 signature guitar is built on Schecter's popular Solo-6 platform. The 25-1/2" scale mahogany neck is set into an arched, single-cutaway mahogany body. The Solo is armed with Jerry's long-time pickups of choice, the versatile Seymour Duncan JB/'59 combination. A TonePros AVT-II wraparound bridge and Schecter locking tuners round out Jerry's upscale features.
The guitars striking two-tone finish features a satin 'Skull & Carbs' hotrod graphic with glossed metallic red sides and back and web-adorned headstock, upper bout, and cutaway horn.
Jerry has played Schecter guitars since his group Papa Roach burst onto the music scene in the late '90s with their multi-platinum debut Infest , and the smash single 'Last Resort'.
- Arched mahogany body
- Mahogany neck
- 25-1/2" scale
- 24 frets
- Seymour Duncan JB/'59 humbuckers
- TonePros AVT-II wraparound bridge
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Comments about Schecter Guitar Research Jerry Horton Solo-6 Electric Guitar:
JERRY HORTON.. Dude you got this one RIGHT!
There is one area on this guitar you have to be extra carefull with.. The Tonepros bridge. I made the huge mistake of over tightening the large head screw that pulls the bridge down in to place. SNAP! broke the head clean off. Be careful when raising or lowering the action loosen all of the strings first move the bridge and then tighten the screws before tuning.
This is my favorite guitar, trust me I have a lot of guitars and this one is my go to guitar. It feels right standing or sitting, you can feel the vibrations when you hit certain notes. Mahogany body is nice a solid.
Looks.. yes this guitar has looks.. the pictures you see online do not acurately show you how great this guitar looks. I was shocked when I pulled the covering off of this thing and bam! the red metal flake is beautiful...
What more could you ask for? Coil tap,Seymour Duncan JB/59, Ebony Fretboard, knobs have rubber for better grip no slip, Tonepros Wraparound intonatable bridge,Custom graphics, Awesome Red metal flake painted on the back.
I've found no flaws on this guitar. The quality is top notch!
If a Gibby Paul had what this has it would cost thousands more no doubt in my mind. Value yes you get what you pay for and then some with this guitar. This baby is thick and nice and heavy, not a back breaker mind you but thick for.....yes sustain for days on end.