#1
I am looking for get a c-1/c-7 but when you listen to bands that use it..Alien Ant Farm, old Papa Roach, 36 Crazyfists etc their sound is pretty saturated and not very beefy ala Les Paul/SG.

I know it depends on their rig, but Is this the case with Schecters?. I dont want to spend £1k on a Les Paul.
#4
KLK1,we dont wanna spam the whole EG forum do we?And dont call him Gandhi

Anyway,what kinda music do you like and wanna copy ?I dont really understand from your statement above.
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#6
the SD pickups are the most common versatile sets you'd fine in guitars of most brands so there's nothing to worry about , you'll be able to do pretty much everything from metal to jazz and blues with the right settings and setup
#7
Quote by abhimanyu
i'm sorry, i didn't realise having your own thread meant so much to you...


'dont spam' or ill tell Vishnu not to reincarnate your ass
#8
It's the pickups - the bridge bucker, JB4, has alot of treble. From personal experience, it's very difficult to get a thick, clear, meaty sound from it. That pickup seems most at home with more modern tones - those with say a rectifier.
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#9
Quote by Klk1
HEY GET YOUR OWN THREAD GANDI


I would help you, but I refuse to help a racist. Get off my internet. abhimanyu, I hope you don't take offence to what this cretin has said.

Klk1, you've just been reported. Enjoy being banned.
Last edited by Aidy Damage at Jan 17, 2007,
#10
Thanks a lot for the tips. I'm not going to be able to try the guitar before I buy it, so I can use all the info about this axe as I can get. Cheers!
#11
the '59 neck bucker has a very nice full, clear sound. It doesn't distort too well (sorta mutes a few harmonics near and after the 12th fret) but it sounds great in the high end and clean.

Since in most models the two pickups are coil-split, you can play them as single coil. They have the same tonal characteristics as when they're bucked, but add a twang and a cut some output.
Schecter C-1 Classic (Antique Amber)
Ibanez JEM 7VWH
Crate Palamino Class A tube combo
Digitech RP80 Multieffects pedal
Ibanez TS9 DX Tube Screamer