#1
I really want a schecter guitar but unfortunately I can not afford it yet.
The model is a production model since 2012 and it's still there but I was wondering by average how long do companies keep the same models.

Also if that's the matter in order to be still a production model since 2012(5years) yes it is probably a successful one.
#2
Some models last 50 years some last one year.
'16 Gibson LP Standard T, '15 Epi LP Standard with 57/57+ Gibbys
Blackstar S1-45, Marshall DSL100H, JetCity JCA50H
#3
models tend to last as long as they sell well. once a model starts to sell poorly then more often than not it gets cancelled.
#5
Usually for as long as there still exists demand.
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#6
Sometimes a factory closes and the models go away as well.
Happened in late 2011 with Japanese Jacksons. No one saw it coming, either.
#7
Quote by DHF1234
I really want a schecter guitar but unfortunately I can not afford it yet.
The model is a production model since 2012 and it's still there but I was wondering by average how long do companies keep the same models.

Also if that's the matter in order to be still a production model since 2012(5years) yes it is probably a successful one.


Which one is it? Schecter cycles through several models every year that only last a year or two, but their most popular ones last quite a while.
Guitars
Schecter Hellraiser C-1FR, C-1 Classic, Hellraiser Hybrid Solo-II, Special Edition E-1FR-S
Orange Rockerverb 50 212
Basses
Yamaha RBX374 and Washburn MB-6