#1
Please help me. I can't tell the difference between the Schecter C-1 Blackjack http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Schecter-C1-Blackjack-Electric-Guitar?sku=518480 and the Schecter C-1 Artist http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Schecter-C1-Artist-Limited-Edition-Electric-Guitar?sku=518187 of the same price ($600). They have the same mahogany body, the same shape and finish, and the same pickups (Seymour Duncan JB/'59). The only difference I can see are the inlays on the fretboard. Please tell me what the difference is and which you think is better!
#2
The contouring of the bodies are different, which will change the comfort and sound of the guitar.
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#5
The scale length is also longer on the Blackjack (I think). And one isn't necessarily better than the other. Have you even played either guitar?
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#6
they're both pretty much the same, the artist has a little bit of a flashier look to it, other than that, identical.
#7
Well for one, the reviews for the black jack are slightly better.
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#8
BUY THEM BOTH! then play them, review them and save us six hundred dollars.
#9
i haven't played the C-1 Artist but the C-1 Blackjack is pretty sweet. pretty much the only differences i can see are the inlays, binding, and the C-1 Artist has pickup covers. it says the scale-length is 26.5" but it's really 25.5", they must've got it confused with the baritone version.
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