Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Los Angeles, CA
FS: Schecter USA Custom Shop C-1 (one of a kind!)
Alright guys, as I've developed tendinosis (chronic tendinitis) so bad that it's going to be a while before I can get back to playing at anywhere near a professional level, I'm selling most of my guitar gear in order to fund my career switch to that of a film composer.
I'm selling my most beloved guitar, a USA Custom Shop Schecter C-1. I bought it used for $5100, and I've put a fair amount of upgrades in to it. If you put in the specs on the website's guitar generator, you reach $6,700. Due to this, I feel that a price of $5,000 is easily justified, especially considering I'm going to pay for shipping.
One-piece Honduran Mahogany body.
One-piece burled maple top (with a bit of flame and quilt here and there), finished in amber.
Mahogany D-shape heel-less set neck.
Ebony fretboard, with burled maple dot inlays and flamed maple binding. 24 medium-jumbo frets., 12 inch fretboard radius.
Matching maple overlay (i.e. NOT a veneer) on the headstock, brushed steel Sperzel locking tuners.
Nickel (not chrome) Graphtech Resomax NVS Harmonic Bridge, ResoMax NVT tailpiece.
DiMarzio PAF 36th Anniversary Bridge/PAF 36th Anniversary Neck (each with nickel covers). I also have an Air Zone/Air Norton combo sitting around (both black exposed coils) I'd put in there if you'd like.
Master volume with 500k pot, master tone with 250k pot, 3-way pickup selector, and coil tap via mini switch.
Nickel Schaller strap locks.
An official certificate from the Schecter USA Custom Shop.
It also includes a black SKB hardshell case. It's got some stickers on it but whatever.
Please excuse the crappy photos.
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No trades please, unless we're talking a Mac Pro or a Klein (or other ergo guitar).
Thanks! This is a bit painful but hopefully she can find a good home.