Re: What's the deal with schecter guitars...
It wasn't really the layout as much, I could get used to that, it was having two pickups each with its own volume which is really stupid, when you switch between neck and bridge, you want the same exact volume. Who wants to keep thinking "gee I hope the volume is up" In the middle of playing, especially if your the type to switch back and fourth really fast, and it had a weird blending thing. I also noticed the knobs would turn on there own after a while from the vibrations of the B string or from heavy playing. Less fiddling more playing is what I say, 1 volume, 1 toggle switch, its all ya need. These necks are a easy 3-4 mm thinker than the thickest Ibanez, Jackson or any other guitar neck I ever played (maybe except for the newer Kramers, yuk), its painted too which really doesn't help. It was truly a baseball bat. The quality was fine though, especially for a Korean guitar.
I can buy whatever guitar I want thank you very much, I can't just walk into any old store and try before buy, so everything I get is a gamble. I found out I really liked the low B, so it was worth it.
Last edited by Lefty Robb; 12-10-2006 at 04:26 AM.