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Schecter Jerry Horton Signature Model [ Winter NAMM 2007 ]

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12 January 2007 — Schecter Guitar is proud to announce the debut of the new Jerry Horton Signature Model.

Jerry has been playing Schecter guitars for over 10 years and is often referred to as the “guitarist who put the Diamond Series on the map”!

Since the Schecter Tempest has become Jerry’s main guitar as of late, the new Horton model began with the Tempest body. A highly figured maple top was added, along with a 24¾″ scale Set-in 3-pc. Mahogany neck. The crème bound rosewood fingerboard is adorned with a “Japanese koi” inlay, based on Papa Roach’s new Paramour Sessions CD art.

Two constant elements on all of Jerry’s Schecter guitars have been Seymour Duncan pickups and TonePros bridge systems. His new Signature model features a JB/’59 set to help replicate the diverse tones of the band’s new CD. The TonePros TOM and Stop Tail System add rock-steady tuning and intonation.

The Jerry Horton signature Model is finished in Light Vintage Sunburst (LVS) with Chrome hardware.

MSRP: $999.00

Papa Roach: www.paparoach.com

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