Sound — 10
I play a bit of everything, but that did not play - guitar shows its best side. Honestly, I'm a beginner guitarist, but never ceases to amaze with my purchase. You can get a typical blues sound for enjoyable solos and to play punk. A play with the settings you can get heavy "evil" sound.
Overall Impression — 10
I love this guitar, but its advantages - its the same disadvantages. Cool trick with broken glass - because of this guitar should be cleaned more often. I like its sound, in hours of loneliness can "vent steam" with something heavier, or meditate, playing a beautiful solo for himself. Perhaps I did not at that has not changed. P.S. Sorry for my Russian accent.
Reliability & Durability — 9
Guitar reliable as the Soviet guitar "Ural". It really is firmly established, no bends or wobbles. I play on it every day for a year, has sustained several blows on the floor (carpet) and accidental knocks by the wall neck. Very well gathers the fingerprints, dust and minor scratches, and all this in 2 times more due to the mirror :). But the assembly a qualitative, and the guitar will withstand a lot.
Action, Fit & Finish — 10
Excellent assembly. The guitar has flown all over the world while traveling in Russia, and the quality was as if it is just collected. Nothing is staggering, everything was tuned. No complaints except for a little rocking lever pickup. But I think this change will not make me put the "nine".
Features — 10
A 2009 Schecter Zacky Vengeance Mirror was crafted in South Korea. 22 jumbo frets (dots) with Logo V ("Vengeance University") at 12 fret. 3-pieced mahogany, fingerboard of mahagony, Passive electronic Seymour Duncan SH-4 (neck, bridge) with Grover tuners. Encrusted with a mirror top and chrome hardware.