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05-04-2016 01:34 AM
TruckstopChuckie That's correct. Guitar is gone now, didn't stay for long. Felt too much like a normal strat.
05-01-2016 02:11 PM
Re: NGD: Schecter superstrat

Looks like the locking nut doesn't reach the whole neck... Am I Right?
03-12-2016 11:00 AM
Re: NGD: Schecter superstrat

Very nice
03-02-2016 01:36 AM
NGD: Schecter superstrat

Just in - what I believe to be a Schecter SD-II-22, or at least similar. Not much info to find about this, but hopefully some guitar geeks could help me out. A member on mentioned that ESP did some series for Schecter at some point, but didn't know much about this. As far as I can see no serial or anything that can help me decide what this is or when it's from. At least I've found pictures of a similar guitar that says 'Made in Japan' on back of headstock, so I at least assume it's MIJ.

Tom Anderson style pickups, Gotoh tuners and german made OFR. Pretty sure it's veneer top and basswood body (it's not a heavyweight'er). Neck has a vintage feel, think typical MIJ 60's reissue strat, but with slightly bigger frets (but still not jumbo's). C-profile, more modern radius. Vintage tint and gloss finish (which differs from what I believe is sort of a 'satin trend' among 80's influenced superstrat's).

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