#1
schecter c1 series, non floyd rose VS
gibson sg special

im a gibson lover but the schecters looks are beautiful carved top n all
#3
I'm tempted to say automatically the SG but really you should play both and see which you like best. If it were me, it wouldn't even be a contest, I'd pick the SG, but you might have different tastes.
#4
nah i havnt id hav to drive a decent distance to find a shop with the schecter thats why im wondering
#5
I would have to say the Schecter because ive played it before and it plays and sounds amazing. Ive also played a SG while it sounds amazing it if very uncomfortable to play and is unbalanced.
#7
style: classic rock, metal, progressive rock, grunge,
amp getting new one in the summer all i hav now is a practice amp so thats negligable, price range under a grand canadian id say
#8
Quote by hmbeast
I'm tempted to say automatically the SG but really you should play both and see which you like best. If it were me, it wouldn't even be a contest, I'd pick the SG, but you might have different tastes.


Agreed. I used to have a Gibson SG Special but I sold it for my Les Paul, which was a great investment, but if someone offered me a choice between the Schecter or the SG, I'd take the SG.
#9
Quote by JimmyBanks6
style: classic rock, metal, progressive rock, grunge,
amp getting new one in the summer all i hav now is a practice amp so thats negligable, price range under a grand canadian id say

Well, I'd say both can do classic rock, prog rock, and grunge pretty well, and I know the schecter will probably do metal a little better than the Gibson. So you'll have to ask yourself if how much metal you play will really affect what you get.
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