Omen-6 reviews— 37 total
37 user reviews of Omen-6 by Schecter
I've been playing for around 5 years on and off.
The diversity of its sound is a strong feature.
This guitar follows me through my journey and has not slowed me down one bit.
I've been playing for 35 years, and own American Strats, a Telecaster, 2 Les Pauls, a Jackson/Charvel, Danelectro, Ibanez, Washburn...
I found it to be of considerably better quality than the Epiphones I tried for a similar price and it...
The least you can classify this guitar is for a intermediate player.
Blues, rock, metal, even jazz. I also own a Epiphone Dot, and I prefer this guitar by far.
It is 100% better than my previous guitar which has supplemented me in the last 5 years.
There's very little to fuss about, although it does get a lot of dust in the pickups and under the...
I have a decent high gain amp and the Omen 6 compliments it nicely, for a wide array of genres.
I have been playing for a long time and it is a great guitar for beginners, and with small mods...
I would have bought this guitar or maybe saved for the Blackjack ATK.I have been playing for about 5 years...
Plus I am a beginner on a budget.
I have been playing for about a year and three months and I have previously owned a J&D Les Paul.
I've been playing for about a year now and I also use a Fender Strat and my friend's Ibanez RG...
Action may be high when you buy it but it isn't a real issue to fix.
I also should mention that those with experience with tones, change the pickups to further enhance your overall tone, but...
But it hasn't really bothered me at all not even sitting down.
You can hear pretty much everynote and sound really good, it's clear and sharp sound wich makes it good for...
I have been playing for three years, and I own an Epiphone Les Paul Studio, Ibanez RG350DX, Ovation Celebrity, and...
This guitar is built to last, and possibly the best you can get in this price range.
For a beginner Who's into hard rock and metal specifically, I would recommend this guitar in a heart beat.
I own a Vox valvetronix amp which in my opinion is the best practice amp ever designed.
Iv been playing for 2 years and I own a Marshall half stack and a Squier Bullet and a little...
The look of it alone was worth the $299.99 I paid for it.
If it were stolen I would buy another one immediately.
I've been playing for about 2 years now and couldn't have asked for a better intermediate guitar.
I have been playing for 2 and a half years so far.
It's a great match for both of the genres.
I already pretty much told you everything I could about it.
If it were stolen I would buy it again but possibly in electrice blue instead of black.
But I love blues and '80s rock. This guitar matches all my needs.
I have been playing for 11 months and I'm acually not bad.
I play a wide variety of rock, from led Zeppelin to Metallica.
However, I wisely made this purchase, and feel quite justified in it.
Led Zeppelin to Pearl Jam. Black Sabbath to Nirvana.
Don't get me wrong, this guitar may be the cheapest in the line, but it will rock on any occasion.