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Unleash the Midway at your next gig!
The Schecter Midway features the popular Tempest body style outfitted with a full-color tribute to the U.S. Navy. In addition to the custom designed body and headstock graphics, it features Duncan Designed pickups, Grover tuners, aged chrome hardware, and Stars 'n' Bars inlays on the rosewood fretboard. Construction features a 25-1/2" scale bolt-on maple neck and mahogany body.
Reviewed by 4 customers
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This is by far the most impressive guitar I've owned. It handles everything I can throw at it from dirty grunge to clean melodies. I run it through my GNX4 and the Acoustic sound is incredible. My hat goes off to schecter for producing what imho is the best sounding, best looking all-star guitar!!
This guitar is an incredible deal for the price. It is very easy to play and sounds pretty good for the price. The coil-splitting feature is a nice thing to have, and allows the guitar to be used in both humbucker mode for rock and single coil for bluesy or jazz music.I got one of these a while back, and even though I have moved on to higher end guitars, I kept this one, put some Duncan pickups in it and it wails.A great second step for someone looking to get a little more serious into playing but isn't quite ready to break into that price range.
This guitar has taken over as my main everything guitar. It does it all: clean, dirty, heavy...and with the coil tapping feature, you can get a nice acoustic sound/feel. The body style has a great even balance. I have 8 diffrent Schecters and bought this just for looks. I was floored after I plugged it in for the first time. I use a Mesa Nomad 100 and 4X12 Recto cab with TC Elec. G-Major. There is no tone that I can't get.
This is by far one of the best Guitars I have ever seen. I would be more than proud to use this as a Performance Guitar. It offers great sound and beautiful design. This is at the top of my christmas List. All Though if possible substitute the strings for a heavyer string for even better sound.