#1
so im jus curious is there any real difference in playability jus cuz of the difference in the neck joint or what cuz they all look decent to me but some r way cheaper than the others...if uve played schecters and happen to like them i do then maybe u could tell me which one would be the best way to go...o and wats the deal in the difference between passive and active pickups?

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#2
1. I've found no difference in playability between bolt-on/set neck/neck-through other than comfort and ease of reach at the higher frets. But that's just me. It could be different for you.

2. Passive pickups don't require a 9v battery like active pickups do.

3. Go to a store and try those out before buying them. The ones they send you in the mail could be total duds.
#3
I normally don't see a difference in a bolt-on vs a set neck, however with Schecters, the set necks have no heel, so the higher frets are a lot easier to get to.
#4
I played a c-1 elite (set neck) and the neck was unbeleivable for the price.
the 24th fret was within easy reach too.

havent tried a bolt on schecter though:/
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