FS: Schecter C-1 Classic, Lucero Classical, Ibanez Bass, Squier Strat
Selling off some of the equipment I never use anymore. I will post pictures later when I get a chance. I'll also take another look over and make sure I don't notice anything else.
1) Schecter C-1 Classic (Amber)
Pretty much in the same condition I bought it. All of it is stock (I did get Schaller Strap Locks for it, but I have the original strap buttons on at the moment, I'll include the strap locks, too, since they match this guitar). The only cosmetic thing I noticed was that the gold is starting to come off the bridge.
2) Lucero LCT250CE Thinline Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Classical Guitar (Black)
Pretty much new. I never really got around to learning classical yet, and I want to focus on electric for the forseeable future. Comes with a hard case as well.
3) Ibanez GSR200FM Bass (Turquoise, I think)
The only cosmetic thing is a small chip on the headstock, which is barely noticeable. Completely stock. Comes with a padded gig bag.
4) Squier Affinity Stratocaster Special Edition
Probably the best use of it would be for a project guitar. The body is Alder and actually has a rather nice 2-tone sunburst finish, reminds me a bit of Buddy Holly's guitar (except I think his was 3-tone). I partially scalloped the neck from the 8-21 frets and started on the 1 fret. Not a great scallop job and some of the frets are a bit scratched (I never noticed anything that actually effect playing). Originally I was planning on scalloping the whole thing to see what it felt like, but I figured 8-21 was enough. Otherwise everything is stock. Personally, I would consider the neck a loss for anything, but to have a cheap scalloped neck to try out. I was originally going to use it for a project, so I did a quick scallop to see if I wanted to get the new neck scalloped, but I lost interest in a Strat, so I never got around to doing anything.
Not particularly interested in trades at the moment, since the whole point of selling these is that I don't play them and I'm not looking particularly for new amp equipment at the moment. If you have any questions feel free.