Schecter Guitar Research has been an elite name in the music industry for nearly 40 years. Beginning as a simple guitar repair shop opened by David Schecter in 1976, their initial focus centered on the manufacturing of replacement parts. It wasn't until 1979 that Schecter began offering fully assembled electric guitars. From that point forward, Schecter has continued to build on its reputation. By concentrating on the quality and diversity of their instruments, Schecter Guitar Research has become a name that musicians can trust. In fact, some of the world's most well-known artists trust SGR so much that they have begun working in collaboration with them to develop Schecter Guitar Research signature model electric guitars. These guitars are often exact replicas of the ones your favorite artists take the stage with, making them your surest bet for duplicating your guitar hero's tone. With such a diverse roster of artists lending their talents to this line, you should have no problem finding the instrument that is right for you. Do you love Cheap Trick's unmistakeable power pop? If so, check out the Robin Zander Signature Corsair Electric Guitar. Designed with help from the band's iconic frontman, this semi-hollow guitar features Seymour Duncan pickups and a look that offers a vibe reminiscent of rock and roll's glory days. There's no need to call the Dream Police, because owning this guitar can very easily become a reality.
Maybe the gloomy Goth-pop of the Cure is more your style? Then check out the Ultracure Robert Smith Signature Model Electric Guitar. This guitar, dubbed the "Sophisticated Goth," features Seymour Duncan '59 humbuckers that help produce an amazingly dynamic sound. This guitar has a look and tone that, as Robert Smith himself once wrote, is "Just like Heaven."
If blisteringly fast metal is more your scene, then have a look at the Synyster Gates Custom w/ Sustaniac Pickup Electric Guitar. Inspired by the exact guitar Syn uses when he hits the stage with Avenged Sevenfold, this guitar offers an unparalleled, bone crushingly heavy tone. Plus, it features the Sustainiac Driver system, which, when switched on, creates an infinite feedback sustain of string vibrations. Simply put, it gets loud, and you're going to love it.
Schecter Guitar Research has unleashed a series of incredible guitars with these signature models. But with such a rich history of incredible quality, that's not surprising. Regardless of which electric guitar you choose, you can rest-assured that your tone and look will quickly be taken to the next level.