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Schecter SGR C7 Electric Guitar

SKU : SCHECTERSGRC7
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Rs. 15,999

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Schecter SGR C-7 Electric Guitar

The SGR by SCHECTER collection combines SCHECTER's popular body styles in an extremely affordable package.

Tuners - Schecter

These high quality tuners feature a classic design in a lubricated and sealed housing to protect gears for a lifetime of maintenance free playability. Details include a 15:1 gear ratio for smooth and precise tuning, removable knobs, threaded hex peghead bushing, and a 10mm diameter peg hole.

Finger Board - Rosewood

The most common fretboard, Rosewood is naturally oily, and works well for any surface that sees frequent human contact. The sound is richer in fundamental than Maple because the stray overtones are absorbed into the oily pores.

Pickups - SGR by Schecter Diamond Plus

Over wound coils with a Ceramic Magnet give this aggressive high output pickup the push that will send your Amp over the edge. Made for crunchy rhythms and blistering leads. Perfect for drop tunings. This pickup will cut through the mix with ease.

Neck - Maple

Maple has a uniform grain, it’s strong and stable, and it has less reaction from environmental changes than other hardwoods. Its tone is highly reflective, and focuses more energy onto the body wood. Maple transfers a bright tone to the body which complements the warm tones of a mahogany body.

Schecter SGR C-7 Specifications:

  • Construction: Bolt-On
  • Available Bodies: Basswood
  • Neck: Maple
  • Finger Board: Rosewood
  • Frets: 24 Medium
  • Inlay: Dots w/Gothic Cross at 12th fret
  • Tuners: Schecter
  • Pickups: SGR by Schecter Diamond Plus
  • Electronics: Vol/Tone/3-Way Switch
  • Available Bridges: Schecter TOM w/Thru-Body
  • Scale: 26.5"
  • Hardware: Black Chrome
  • Colors: Black (BLK), Metallic Red (MRED), Satin Black (SBK).

 

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Customer Reviews

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A budget beauty

I purchased this guitar a few months ago after listening to a lot of Circus Maximus/Dream Theater and deciding that I could do with the versatility of a 7-string for its extended range instead of constantly down-tuning my other guitar.
The SGR C-7 is a refreshing experience after playing my LTD EC50 which is a single cutaway.
The feel of this guitar is great, it looks neat, the fingerboard is pretty solid, the neck is surprisingly fast.
Came to me in good condition. The tuners are decent. I personally love tune-o-matics which made me choose this over a Jackson.
The only thing I personally feel were lacking were the pickups. Don't get me wrong, the stock Pups are actually pretty decent but they still leave something to be desired, and if you're planning to record with this, you either need a GREAT pre-amp, or you can just swap these out eventually.

Overall, the C7 is a pretty amazing guitar that I purchased, with the intention of being a practice guitar.
However, it introduced me to the world of 7-string and even held its own when I used it for a couple of bigger gigs.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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E.G.
A budget beauty

I purchased this guitar a few months ago after listening to a lot of Circus Maximus/Dream Theater and deciding that I could do with the versatility of a 7-string for its extended range instead of constantly down-tuning my other guitar.
The SGR C-7 is a refreshing experience after playing my LTD EC50 which is a single cutaway.
The feel of this guitar is great, it looks neat, the fingerboard is pretty solid, the neck is surprisingly fast.
Came to me in good condition. The tuners are decent. I personally love tune-o-matics which made me choose this over a Jackson.
The only thing I personally feel were lacking were the pickups. Don't get me wrong, the stock Pups are actually pretty decent but they still leave something to be desired, and if you're planning to record with this, you either need a GREAT pre-amp, or you can just swap these out eventually.

Overall, the C7 is a pretty amazing guitar that I purchased, with the intention of being a practice guitar.
However, it introduced me to the world of 7-string and even held its own when I used it for a couple of bigger gigs.