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Schecter Guitar Research TSH-1 Electric Guitar
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The THS-1 delivers all the singing tone and exceptional playability you expect from a Schecter electric guitar. The mahogany body has sound chambers ...Click To Read More About This Product
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A vintage look with contemporary electronics.
The THS-1 delivers all the singing tone and exceptional playability you expect from a Schecter electric guitar. The mahogany body has sound chambers for added resonance, while Duncan Designed Dual Tube pickups crank out warm, rich tone. The bolt-on maple neck has a rosewood fretboard and 22 jumbo frets that provide smooth chording. Diamond hardtail bridge, chrome hardware, and Grover tuners are professional finishing touches.
- Mahogany/rosewood body
- Bolt-on maple neck
- Rosewood fretboard
- 25-1/2" scale
- 22 jumbo frets
- Duncan Designed Dual Tube pickups
- Volume/tone controls
- Diamond adjustable hardtail bridge
- Grover tuners
- Chrome hardware
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We got one of these at the guitar shop I work at. Sounds absolutely amazing. Rich, Rickenbacker-like tone. Cool looks, good playability - one of the best sounding 12 strings I have EVER heard.
Awesome looks! The metal Flake is captured nicely by the stage lights. The lipsick tube pickups look and sound cool. I recommend for Rockabilly or Country. Sounds like a Danelectro DC59 crossed with a Tele. Very clean pure rock sound. Very good value for the price. This is my third Schecter. Need I say more?
I have to say I didnt really expect too much from this guitar out of the box with its price. However the more I play it, the happier I am with it. If it had a coil tap, I would probably give it a 10 for features. The "Duncan Designed" pickups greatly exceeded my expectations. I play it only through a Kustom '72 coupe, and the it had become the most inspiring setup I've played yet. The neck is much heavier than the body which makes you adapt the way you play to balance the body and neck. But it has a great feel and resonance to it. For the price I would highly recommend this guitar for any type of Oldies Rock or bluesy music. But try it through a KUSTOM '72 COUPE with the reverb, tremolo, and vibrato on!!!
I tried this out at the local music store, nice neck and the action was medium meaning not fast but not bad.The lipstick pickups are a little weak for power chording not a lot of crunchitude. Having said that this is a very versitile lead machine with a variax type pickup selector. It really shines on blues based rock and just looks cool. Best of all the price is right and you can afford to purchase a nice amp to compliment this guitars tone.