#4
The Damien would be the smarter buy. It has Grover tuners, which is pretty much the one objective difference between them.

The Damien has EMG HZ pickups, which will fetch you a bit more $$$ selling them than trying to sell Schecter stock pickups. Tonally I would guess that the Schecter stocks are probably better than the H4s. I would get the Damien, sell the HZs, and put some good DiMarzios in.
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You sure the stock pups on omen extreme are better than the EMGs,?

EMG HZ's are garbage, they try to sound like active EMG's but they fail miserably at it. The only thing EMG did right with the H4's is make them really compressed. Otherwise they have nowhere near as much definition as the active pickups they copy. At least the stock Schecter pickups are usable.
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#8
Quality wise they're probably exactly the same, probably made right next to each other in the factory.

But the Grovers and HZs on the Damien make it an objectively better value.
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