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A sharp-looking solidbody with a set neck, jumbo frets and coil-splittable humbuckers.
12-string guitars bring a whole new dimension to your performance, doubling your sound with octaves and unison notes, creating that ringing sound everyone loves. This Schecter STARGAZER-12 Electric Guitar has a familar form and features a resonant ash body. It has a comfortable set maple neck and rosewood fingerboard with 22 jumbo frets for easy fingering. Schecter SuperRock Custom Alnico pickups with coil-tapping and 3-way switch are on board to offer a wide variety of humbucker and single-coil type tones. Grover tuners and a Diamond Adjustable-12 Bridge will keep things in tune throughout your performance.
The original Rotomatic® with an improved higher ratio gearing. The 18:1 ratio provides for finer tuning and greater stability. The finer gears provide smoother tuning and a higher degree of backlash elimination
Rosewood Finger Board
The most common fretboard, Rosewood is naturally oily, and works well for any surface that sees frequent human contact. The sound is richer in fundamental than Maple because the stray overtones are absorbed into the oily pores.
Schecter SuperRock Custom Alnico Pickups
Alnico-V magnet and Vintage voiced with a 3x3 staggered pole pieces. Classic Single coil tone when Push-Pull knob is pulled up.
Diamond Adjustable-12 Bridge
The Diamond 12 bridge is a steel 'hard tail' 12-string bridge features individual string intonation adjustment as well as individual 'tilt' string height adjustments.
Case sold separately.
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Comments about Schecter Guitar Research STARGAZER-12 Electric Guitar:
Amazing Solid feel, neck-thru construction and a good dense wood. Gorgeous ringing tones and she'll growl if you want her to. Very pretty guitar, pictures do not do it justice; she's set up nicely right out of the box. Close to the fretboard and correctly intonated even up above the Octave. Get her if you can!!