#1
Sorry, but I knew there were some older, more quality MIA/C-I-USA Schecters bouncing around, but I have never seen anything like this...can someone ID it?

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#2
Don't know. Need a close up of the serial number.
If it is US made, then it is an old one from 1984-1987.

Edit: If it is in good shape, for $175 I would snatch that up in a second.
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#3
agreed, but I don't want to bother going and checking it out until I know its legit.

I dropped the ball a few months ago on 2 Peavey patriot guitars, both MIA, for 200 TOTAL..yeah..

On a side note...this has been floating around my cl for some weeks now..if I had 400 to drop, it would be mine...
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#4
What makes you think it's MIA? It certainly doesn't look like much (based on the fretboard. Usually the easiest way to tell quality).
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What makes you think it's MIA? It certainly doesn't look like much (based on the fretboard. Usually the easiest way to tell quality).



Back between 1984-1987, Schecter made US guitars based on Fender designs (hence the Strat style headstock) This was back before they started bling-ing them out with abalone and crap. I would be simple.
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#6
Plus, the lack of controls/the angled pickup in the neck is indicative of perhaps a bit more care....
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agreed, but I don't want to bother going and checking it out until I know its legit.

I dropped the ball a few months ago on 2 Peavey patriot guitars, both MIA, for 200 TOTAL..yeah..
On a side note...this has been floating around my cl for some weeks now..if I had 400 to drop, it would be mine...
1987 Charvel


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Back between 1984-1987, Schecter made US guitars based on Fender designs (hence the Strat style headstock) This was back before they started bling-ing them out with abalone and crap. I would be simple.
I believe Schecter made bolt on necks for Wayne Charvel to pair with a Boogie Bodies as early as 1977.. before Grover Jackson took over the company.