Price paid: $ 600
Purchased from: Store in Argentina
Sound — 9
It's a guitar made for metal, but it's also capable of blues and classic rock, I'm using Guitar Rig 4, I used some effects, but it doesn't sound as good as an Amplifier (I tested it on the Fender Frontman 212r), and it was awesome, it's capable of doing harmonics pretty good, and the tone is very good, I think with a 81/85 of EMG it will blow your mind.
Overall Impression — 9
I play Dream Theater, Metallica, AC/DC, System of a Down, some Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd, I've been playing for almost 2 years, I upgraded from a Very cheap Strat copy, and I'm planning to buy a Fender Frontman 65r or Peavey Envoy 110, the guitar was better than I hoped, if it were lost, I would buy the same one or better, I love the body shape and my favorite feature is the Floyd Rose, I also played the Fender Highway 1, Epiphone Les Paul and the Ibanez RG350, but the Revenger was the best in terms of comfort. I wish it would have a pair of 81/85 EMG's.
Reliability & Durability — 10
I think it could last a live gig, the strap buttons I switched them because I have a DiMarzio Cliplock strap, but the screws on it were fine, I think you could gig without a backup, the guitar is very solid, it stays in tune great, and the paint job was awesome!
Action, Fit & Finish — 10
The guitar was very well set-up at the factory, it's set-up at USA I think, The guitar itself because it was already the way I liked it, the fretboard was very fast, compared to the Fender stratocaster, the neck felt good, and the body shape and paint it's incredible.
Features — 9
It's a Schecter Revenger-FR, made in indonesia, 24 Jumbo Frets, basswood body, maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, the paint is a satin black very cool, it's a Floyd Rose Licenced Bridge, Duncan Designed Active pickups, it has a volume, a tone and a 3-way switch, and it has Schecter Tuners which I found them quite good.