Re: How's the quality in Schecter?
I recently sold a C1 plus that I played for about a year. I payed about $550 for it new, and then upgraded the pickups to an Air Norton(b) and a Fred (n).Then I added Gibson pots because the stocks crapped out about after two months. The reason I bought the guitar was because I wanted a fixed bridge besides my other guitars that are all Ibanez with edges. The neck I really liked and it was alot thicker and just felt more comfortable to play. I started to use this guitar about 90% of the time and neglected my Ibanez's. Then I bought a UV and after about a week of playing the UV, I picked up the Schecter again and it felt like cheap plastic crap. The neck felt cheap and weak, and the craftsmanship seemed to just dwindle. Its weird, because everything I liked about the Schecter in the first place was basicaly lost after a week of playing my UV(777blk). After realizing I spent about $800 on a Schecter and could have just bought the damn UV in the first place I felt robbed. I sold the Schecter for $400 on the bay and lost a couple hundred. Since having the UV, I have sold all my other guitars besides a PGM30 that Im doin a project on. Im lookin at a PRS right now for a fixed bridge but the beast cost $1800. Ive been playin about 18 years (and still suck) but the higher end guitars are really seemin to be the answer. I spent alot of money upgrading and modding cheaper guitars and its just not worth the money. The PGM is my last guitar im gonna invest in cause the neck just rocks on it.
Im not sure, but maybe the 7620 comes in a lefty, someone on here will know. Its your best and most economical choice for a seven, but as far as a Schecter goes, I wouldnt spend the money on it. Has a really crappy resale value too on the 7's.