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Schecter Diamond Series C-7 / C-7 FR [ Winter NAMM 2007 ]

United States
English
12 January 2007 — By extremely popular demand, Schecter has added two 7-String models to their 2007 line-up.

Based on the ever-popular C-1, the new C-7 features an arched mahogany body with a 24-fret bolt-on 26.5” extended scale rock maple neck.

Designed for today’s modern hard rock guitarist, dual Seymour Duncan Designed Active HB-105 humbuckers were chosen to deliver all of the volume, sustain and tonal clarity needed to cut through anything!

The C-7 features a TonePros locking Tune-O-Matic bridge for rock solid tuning and intonation, combined with Schecter’s popular String-thru-Body tail design, which adds to the instrument’s ability to handle extremely low tuning with ease.

The C-7 FR version uses a newly designed Licensed Floyd Rose locking tremolo system for precise tuning stability, even with brutal tremolo dive-bombing!

Available in Gloss Black or Gloss White with Black Chrome Hardware.

MSRP:

  • C-7: $649.00
  • C-7 FR : $699.00


Note: Left-handed versions are available in Gloss White for an additional $50.00 retail
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