#1
So lately i've been wanting to purchase a 7 string but there are a few things that i have been wondering.

The two choices i have for guitars are:

-)Agile Interceptor Pro 727

-)Schecter Hellraiser C-7

So here are the questions i have.

1)In comparison with price and parts. What is a better deal? The Agile goes for $650. And the Schecter goes for $850.

2)With the agile, Since it has a licensed floyd rose. I'm worried that i wont be able to change tunings often which i do alot. Will i be able to?

3)Are the agiles really worth the money? I won't be able to test it out since you can only buy them online. But i have tried the schecter at guitar center and it feels awesome.

4) And lastly, Is a 7 string REALLY that big of a change to get used to? I've been interested in them for a while since all the bands i listen to generally use 7 strings, So i've been really wanting one.

Thanks to anyone who can answer my questions!
#2
1) No idea which ones "better", but I would probably go with the Hellraiser.

2) As long as you know to work with trems, changing tunings won't be a problem.

3) A lot of people swear by Agile. They say there excellent for the price.

4) It shouldn't be.
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#3
always go with schecter.
if you are playing metal or anywhere close
schecter always wins
#4
out of order but...

its a big change if you think of it as a big change, it's really not if you just think of it as an extra string.

the schecter is probably better build quality because its a big company with quality control, but the neck on the agile is better IMO.

why would an LFR stop you from changing tunings? do you even know how a floyd rose works yet? you're not gonna be able to change tunings easily on either guitar, they both have double locking bridges...

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#5
Quote by Anvil pants
always go with schecter.
if you are playing metal or anywhere close
schecter always wins


i'd like to disagree... a lot

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#6
Schecter Hellraiser C-7 hands-down

7-string IMO is no harder then 6
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#7
Most metal songs on 7-strings can be play on a 6-string in B-standard. That's just something to think about.
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Quote by darkcheef
Why get a guitar with a FR if you plan to change tunings?


Because you want to have a Floyd Rose, Why else..?
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#10
Personally I would go with the Agile and if you change tunings alot just get a Tremol-No