#1
First of all, I'm sure this is a bit of an odd question, why wouldn't I know what guitar I've bought?
Well, I bought this around 2011/2012 during Black Friday at Best Buy. At the time, I knew what it was, and I still do, but I've learned there are different models of what I've got. I'm also very confused when the order came (I ordered online) and was in an ESP packaging.

So here's what I know:

Schecter
Diamond Series
C-1
Gloss White
24 frets
6 strings
Inlays are dots
2 Duncan Designed pickups

Also 2 pictures that might help identify it:
http://imgur.com/a/qQ7Eu
#2
Sounds like you already know all you need
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#3
Sounds like you've got a Schecter C-1 Diamond series there, in gloss white with 24 frets, 6 strings, dot inlays and 2 Duncan Designed pickups.
#4
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Sounds like you've got a Schecter C-1 Diamond series there, in gloss white with 24 frets, 6 strings, dot inlays and 2 Duncan Designed pickups.


I thought there are different kinds of C-1's, ive seen some hellraiser and some that arent diamond series and some that are
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#7
hey i did some researching and it looks you have a Schecter Diamond Series C-1 Gloss White 24 frets 6 strings Inlays are dots and 2 Duncan Designed pickups, but what you need is a new amp
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#9
Dont let them discourage you ill help you out.


From what I can tell it looks you have a Schecter Diamond Series C-1 Gloss White 24 frets 6 strings Inlays are dots and 2 Duncan Designed pickups
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#10
I mean, seriously, what are you trying to figure out?
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#12
In TS's defense, I coincidentally have that exact same guitar, except as a 7 string (C7). Bought it used in 2012ish and I know what he's going through. I think Schecter pretty much got rid of all traces of the Diamond C series, so it's hard to find info like what year they were made or how much they originally sold for online. Hard to even find pictures of them. Much less, ones for sale.

If it helps, I don't think they're associated with any model. I'm pretty sure they were their own models before they deemed them as obsolete and got rid of them so they can start branching out the main models used today. That's just my guess though.

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#13
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man o man i wish you guys could see ali's thread


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There shall be a stop to this madness. The battle is not over. My tasty licks aren't going anywhere.

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^ I've just realised if you say Simple Plan's 2011 effort "Get Your Heart On!" really fast in a Southern American accent, it sounds gross. . .like sexual gross!

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Hello.
I'm looking for professional bongo-ists and triangle-ists to make a Progressive Technical Brutal Death Metal band
(will be called AxOxJxLxAxIxVxXxUxWxZxQxUxRxWxGxJxSxAxLxKxMxNxHxUxGxAxAxWxVxCxBxZxVx)
(Don't even ask what it means)


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#14
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#16
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First of all, I'm sure this is a bit of an odd question, why wouldn't I know what guitar I've bought?
Well, I bought this around 2011/2012 during Black Friday at Best Buy. At the time, I knew what it was, and I still do, but I've learned there are different models of what I've got. I'm also very confused when the order came (I ordered online) and was in an ESP packaging.

So here's what I know:

Schecter
Diamond Series
C-1
Gloss White
24 frets
6 strings
Inlays are dots
2 Duncan Designed pickups

Also 2 pictures that might help identify it:
http://imgur.com/a/qQ7Eu

Looks to me like a Schecter Diamond Series C-1 Gloss White 24 frets 6 strings Inlays are dots and 2 Duncan Designed pickups


Seriously, why are you asking here?
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Sounds like you've got a Schecter C-1 Diamond series there, in gloss white with 24 frets, 6 strings, dot inlays and 2 Duncan Designed pickups.

Yep, this dude gots it.
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#18
this guy can't take a joke
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#21
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I thought there are different kinds of C-1's, ive seen some hellraiser and some that arent diamond series and some that are

All mass produced Shecter's are Diamond Series, the only ones that are not are the American made custom shops.  Schecter isn't like ESP, Gibson or Fender that make a cheaper brand of the same type of guitars, Schecter is Schecter.  The Name on the truss rod on Schecter's is the actual name of the model/guitar it is.  
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#22
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All mass produced Shecter's are Diamond Series, the only ones that are not are the American made custom shops.  Schecter isn't like ESP, Gibson or Fender that make a cheaper brand of the same type of guitars, Schecter is Schecter.  The Name on the truss rod on Schecter's is the actual name of the model/guitar it is.  

Agreed I have a Damien Elite-7 and that it what it says on the TR cover, it says Diamond Series below the Schecter logo.
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#23
Quote by Way Cool JR.
All mass produced Shecter's are Diamond Series, the only ones that are not are the American made custom shops.  Schecter isn't like ESP, Gibson or Fender that make a cheaper brand of the same type of guitars, Schecter is Schecter.  The Name on the truss rod on Schecter's is the actual name of the model/guitar it is.  


Yep. Mine says C-1 Exotic, because that's what it is. Yours says C-1, because that's what it is.
#24
if i was a betting man id say you have a Schecter Diamond Series C-1 Gloss White 24 frets 6 strings dots inlays and 2 Duncan Designed pickups. but without more pics i can't be sure.
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#26
These responses...this is why I love UG. 

To the original poster, you answered your own questions. Unless you want to know manufacturing date, you've got all the important details.