Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by superrock, Aug 30, 2017.
That is damn sexy.
Badass in every way. Congrats.
IIRC Tom Anderson was with Schecter at that time.
so sexy. Used to hear a band in Austin called Extreme Heat. Their guitarist was the local Schecter rep, he had the most awesome Strat tone. His was cherry picked parts, black w/ gold anodized PG, 'twas sexy, but not as sweet as this. Congrats! Play her in good health and like you stole her
Yes, it rocks
The pole pieces in those pickups are huge!
I can just see you at a gig now talking to the ladies. "Hey, baby, wanna see my pole pieces? They're oversized for a reason, sweetheart."
That thing is so clean, it's crazy. Nice find.
Yes truly, you are indeed SuperRock.
[Where does he get these!]
@Baxtercat When I handed it to my ten year old to play, she exclaimed, "Wow, this makes me feel powerful!!!"
There melts my heart...
Very nice pic you took there.
I can see another schecter looking strat in the background too
@Zado thank you! Indeed. Even the one with the birds beak headstock on the left.
Here's what currently out to play...
That's quite a rad collection mate, really really envious! Always nice finding some Schecter CS appreciation
Nausea, heartburn, indigestion, upset stomach, diarrhea
I love the guitar.
You can see the TA influence.
Who influenced who I don't know.
Tom was Dave Schecter's first guy at Schecter guitar research in 1977 when they left Red Rhodes amp shop to form the business.
Are my eyes tricking me, or does the grain on the fretboard run diagonally?
Very cool guitar! Congratulations.
@2016aug29 it does it does!!!
with her sister...
Now that is a pink guitar I'd definitely play.
Those SC pickups were made after my time. You can tell because you can see the magnet edges reflecting light. Clearly wasn't belt sanded.
actual belt sander we used: