#1
so I'm thinking of 7 str guitar
the choice is...
Agile Interceptor Pro 727
Schecter Damien Elite 7
Schecter Hellraiser C-7
i don't really care about Floyde Rose, I'm a fan of sustain
i play metal and some acoustic stuff, everything from In Flames to Veil Of Maya
all I need is the rich fat readable distortion
if you have any suggestions with active pu's in a price range 550-750$, please submit
Last edited by CatAmplifier at Jul 22, 2010,
#2
I have played the Schecter C-7 fantastic guitar,
not sure about the Damien

and never heard of agile.

so pretty useless from me tbh

i'm Ginger its fun
#3
oh and 1 more
I don't whant a chinese or smthn like that guitar
minimum is the korean made
#4
I think the Agile's are great seven strings because you can get away with a 1000$ worth guitar for around 600$. They are somewhat expert in 7-8 strings.
#5
Quote by MatasTeen
I think the Agile's are great seven strings because you can get away with a 1000$ worth guitar for around 600$. They are somewhat expert in 7-8 strings.


This. Agile sells its guitars direct, so their are no mark ups to pay guitar store employees or anything. You get a lot for what you pay for with them.
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#6
Agiles are ****ing quality and features for the lowest possible price.

Schecters are good but then, Agiles give you every variety and feature possible, at a way lower price.
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#7
I know agile's great, but the floyde rose lisenced is kinda shitty... I don't really know if i should give away parrt of the price for the thing i'm going to block
#9
I'd go the Agile, preferably one without a trem if you're huge on sustain.

Otherwise the Schecter Blackjack ATX C-7 is amazing for such a thing:
-Ebony Fretboard
-Set neck
-String-thru body
All helping your sustain and giving a HUGE sound from the sheer resonance of the amount of wood.
Plus it has 24 frets, good quality tuners and SD Blackouts.
#10
The Hellraiser C-7 and the ATX Blackjack C-7 are amazing guitars imo.
I prefer the ATX, mainly because I prefered the sound of the SD Blackouts to the EMGs, and I also prefered the satin finish over the gloss.
Also, though I'm not exactly sure how much they go for used over in the U.S, you could also try looking at a used Schecter Jeff Loomis Sig model
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#12
get the Agile Interceptor Pro 727 because that guitar is Fuc*in awesome