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Hello 7-string community. Do you guys come across 7-string Explorers much? They seem to be rather rare. Most reasonable thing at the moment that I've found is the Agile Ghost Pro 725. Which honestly does seem like a pretty nice buy (I may do that in the future), but I'm not extremely fond of its specific Explorer shape.
Schecter and Peavey
bro, that is like music to my ears
I was looking at the hellraiser c-7 FR, and yeah I was wondering if it could do that high-range action with it's floyd, so yeah, thanks for that
I might just sell my xiphos and get a nice 7, because the edge 3 on it sh*ts me to tears, and im kinda getting sick of taking out the huge horn where the input jack is on tables and such :/... and because mercenary owns with their 7's :P
Ooooooh theyve added more
Greetings, Lords of the Seven+ Strings!
So yeah I want a cheap but good 7 string guitar, so I thought I wouldn't be an idiot, and that I'd come here and ask instead of making an annoying new thread
I'm in the UK, and looking really for the cheapest but NOT a total piece of shit.
Whats up guys its been awhile..
Just curious, how do you guys manage your tone when using your 7+ string? Do you guys have a harsh trebbly tone? One with alotta mids? Could you please share? I can't find a good EQ for my 7 string which is tuned to A#.
Too bad it's not free :S But 40$ is not that much I might check it out if I need it, tx bro.
How about Toontrack EZdrummer? Very expansive or not?
Hey, what do you guys think of the Schecter C-7 Custom? I'm thinking about picking one up used. Also, do any of you know if its pickups (Seymour Duncan SH-4-7/ SH-1n-7 ) are active or passive? I can't find anything conclusive, and sites like Musician's Friend tell me they're active while this seller swears they're passive. I need passives.
Cool, is that free software? I got Hydrogen and even though it seems to be all right, your stuff sounded real good...
Amazing man... did you record the drums?
Hey guys I made a new track for christmas. The V-amp has been sold so i figured I should make one last track with it before it leaves the building...
Hope you like it.
Okay, so fedex picked up my damaged schecter @ about 12pm
I come to you guys with a question
Which is better:
Schecter Hellraiser c-7
Schecter Blackjack ATX c-7 (the one I originally bought)
The only differences between these two sweet axes is that the blackjack has seymour duncan blackouts (actives) while the hellraises has 707's with coil tap.
Also the Blackjack has an ebony fretboard as opposed to a rosewood one on the Hellraiser.
I'm planning on getting them without the FR bridge.
From where I plan on buying, the Blackjack is £818 and I'll only get it aound 3-4th January (because the shipment doesn't arrive till 31st December).
On the other hand the Hellraiser is £742 and I will get it immediately if I order it in the next 24 hours, as it is in stock.
Got this yesterday, Ernie Ball MusicMan John Petrucci 7, in mystic dream, with the piezo pickup. Sold my ESP for $3000(custom shop Alexi, very rare around here, only was looking for $2500, got a great offer), got this for $2500. Has a Dimarzio D-Sonic bridge, Air Norten neck, so its a slightly older model, tho i got it brand new.
Basswood body, birds eye maple neck, Rosewood Fretboard
Plays like a dream, I have small hands so I've gotta make sure I get thinner necks. This one fits my hand very well. Love the Birds eye maple neck. Really versitile guitar, the piezo gives it great cleans, and you can mix the piezo in with the magnectic pickups as well.
My Alexi was a great guitar and Im kinda sad to see it go, but this guitar more then makes up for it. The Alexi was a one trick pony, the JP can do everything.
Thats not a pic of my guitar, I couldn't take a pic that showed the finish off, so i just google one, I'll post pics when i can take one that shows the guitar off
Well, if it helps at all I was originally going to buy a ATX C7 ,but the store that was supposed to hold it for me sold it by mistake, original i was ready to commit arson but instead it turned out to be a blessing ! I ended up tracking down a Natty Finish ESP LTD SC607B, which was slightly more expensive but was a way better guitar IMO, the neck was a bit more of a challenge then the schecter but it was a superior instrument in every way IMO. So I would definitely be playing one if you can before getting another schecter, although im not sure what they go for in the US, I was lucky enough to get mine for 1650 AUD on sale, brand new! But I know they retail for over 2000 here normally.
For people who have been following my story...
I'm returning my schecter blackjack atx c-7 tomorrow (through delivery), which means I'll also get my £799 back.
I wanted the online store to replace my guitar with an undamaged one, but they don't have any more of that model in stock. And neither does any other site or store...
I really liked the blackjack, but can't get one since they're not available anywhere.
Which raises the question... which 7 string do I get?
Awwww that sucks.
The first (and only) Schecter I bought was also damaged. To be honest, I've seen more than a few damaged Schecters in my time.
Well... Bit of a disappointing day
My schecter arrived today, I opened the package and it looked sweet.
However, when I turned it over to inspect the beauty, I found a large-ish chip by the output jack.
Considering how I paid full price for this beast (£799), I have asked for a refund or replacement. Until they pick it up from me, I can play as my own.
I'll make a proper NGD thread when I get it replaced.
As for the guitar itself, the neck is much much thinner than I thought, even though I am an Ibanez player, it seemed to be very fast and smooth (especially with the satin black finish).
I'll play with it some more now.
If they are tapable, they are technically 707TW's
Really? what model are the coil tap EMG's for seven's??? Im looking at changing a pick up on my 607b.
Congrats on you're hellraiser bro!
This makes me even more impatient for my Blackjack :S
That hellraiser is killer... those emgs are coil tap pups right?? Really nice guitar bro. I love the looks of it.
Congrats! And you have the proper amp, too.
I've almost got my music room / studio done...I can't wait to move in