#2
yea, they're legit. they're the actual prototypes of soon to be standard schecter models. most of the time the prototypes are vastly different from the standard models, so you can get a really unique instrument. if you see one that catches your eye, and you can afford it, get it for the hell of it. push comes to shove, you don't like it, you can sell it, and it'll be a really rare instrument, and chances are you can sell it without much, if any loss.
#3
i would recomend getting a new amp before that but they are legit
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I'm upgrading that after I get the new guitar, possibly for christmas. But I'm just looking for info on the prototypes right now.

ok well do you leave near there because the fact that they are prototypes has nothing wrong just might want to make sure that your getting something good because being as they are prototypes they will change and they will have good and bad ones so you should play them first of if you dont live near see if they can record you a sound clip
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The 2 best colours EVER pitted against each other? No wai!

I voted lime.

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btw lime kicked ass

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