#1
Hello to everyone!! I'm new to UG, I've read threads before but never posted. But now I truly have nowhere to turn. I recently purchased this Schecter Vintage Series 7 String on Reverb. It has a basswood body, bolt-on maple neck, Grover locking tuners, Seymour Duncan Blackouts, and a genuine Floyd Rose bridge. The only thing wrong, besides normal wear, is it needs a tremolo cover and I have no clue if it's specific or any Schecter trem cover would work. I love Schecter guitars I have 4, 2 fixed bridge and 2 FRs. Anyway I cannot for the life of me find another for sale or just for a description. I want to know more about it. I want to know if it is a good guitar as in what it lacks and its strong suits, how it plays, why its not made anymore, and just about anything anyone can tell me. I bought it for $150 it's my second 7 string, first Schecter 7, and I honestly bought it because of the headstock. Also, I do know it was made for 2 years 1999-2000.
#2
trem cover? you mean the back plate?
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#3
If I had to guess I'd say sales were probably low die to the traditional strat style body and less than aggresive looking 5 and 2 headstock, Schecter is mainly known for making "metal guitars" and that model looks more traditional.

Anyway I found some stock factory pictures but you could post a new guitar day (NGD) thread with a short review and some photos that way everyone will be able to see it and give some feedback?

If you contact a local music store or look on eBay etc. you may be able to find a spring cavity cover. Most likely one from any Schecter 7 string will fit.
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