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Schecter C-1 Lady Luck [ Winter NAMM 2007 ]

United States
12 January 2007 — Schecter is set to debut the new C-1 LADY LUCK at Winter NAMM.

According to Schecter president Michael Ciravolo, the goal of the Lady Luck was “to provide a unique looking guitar with a racing vibe” at an affordable price!

This new C-1 model features Schecter’s classic bound arched Mahogany

’C-1” body with a 25.5” scale neck. The 24-fret Mahogany neck is set into the body with Schecter’s UltraAccess neck joint/contour, which allows for ease of access to the upper ranges of the instrument.

Newly designed Schecter Alnico Plus pickups were chosen for their output and full “rock” tone. All of the Lady Luck’s hardware is finished in a cool distressed chrome. Adding to the barely street-legal look is the 12th fret “starting line girl” inlay on the rosewood neck, and new logo, complete with rear-view mirror dice!

Other features include a Tone-O-Matic bridge with Schecter’s often-copied string-thru-body tail, Schecter 14:1 tuners, and a “Pull to Tap” tone control which allows the new C-1 Lady Luck to emulate the brighter tones of a single-coil guitar.

The NEW C-1 Lady Luck is available in two distinct Satin finishes: Racing Red (RR) and Alloy Grey (AG)

MSRP: $669.00

Note: A Left-handed version is available in Racing Red ($719 retail)
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