#1
hey, im getting a new guitar this week and a schecter C-1 Hellraiser (hardtail) is right up my price range
ive been looking around and it seems to get pretty good reviews...so my question...is it a good guitar? like, reliable, good sound quality (im getting a new amp dont worry )
Gear:
Geetars:
**Schecter Demon**
Epiphone Zakk Wylde Les Paul (Camo)
Ibanez RG-350DX
Ibanez GAX-70
Ibanez IJ-70
Amp(s):
**Valveking 212**
Fake cube 60
Ibanez Jumpstart amp
Pedals:
EH Metal Muff
GLX Distortion
Zoom G-2.1u
#2
Yes to all of your questions.

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#3
alright, awesome..thanks for the quick answer

im gonna have the chance to play 1 later on this week...so i cant wait!
Gear:
Geetars:
**Schecter Demon**
Epiphone Zakk Wylde Les Paul (Camo)
Ibanez RG-350DX
Ibanez GAX-70
Ibanez IJ-70
Amp(s):
**Valveking 212**
Fake cube 60
Ibanez Jumpstart amp
Pedals:
EH Metal Muff
GLX Distortion
Zoom G-2.1u
#4
i just bought a C-1 Blackjack And its amazing
go for it dude
the hellraiser is beautifull
esp. the gothic crosses and that dark red body

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#5
Yes, its a great guitar.
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#7
i havent personally played the hellraiser but ive had very good experiences with schecter in general
#9
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I don't think it's a very diverse guitar. It's totally Metal and Shred oriented.


perhaps that's why the TS is interested in it. diversity isn't always a must on guitars
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#10
i want a hellraiser...but with a fr, and the hellraiser has the original
i think instead of buying a regular c-1 around christmas time, ill save up the extra money until new years or somehting and get the hellraiser fr in black

absolutly amazing guitar none the less
Last edited by berysLTD_h-50 at Nov 5, 2007,
#11
Quote by Paul Carbonella
I don't think it's a very diverse guitar. It's totally Metal and Shred oriented.

well maybe thats what he wants


ya, its a good guitar

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#12
yea i was looking into that guitar alothough ui cant afford it yet, but i guess u can, it looks good
#13
ok thanks a lot guys and yeah i play (almost) exclusively metal so i guess its gonna do the job then
Gear:
Geetars:
**Schecter Demon**
Epiphone Zakk Wylde Les Paul (Camo)
Ibanez RG-350DX
Ibanez GAX-70
Ibanez IJ-70
Amp(s):
**Valveking 212**
Fake cube 60
Ibanez Jumpstart amp
Pedals:
EH Metal Muff
GLX Distortion
Zoom G-2.1u