PG's Rebecca Dirks is On Location in Anaheim, CA, for NAMM 2010 where she visits the Shecter Guitars booth. In this segment, we get to check out the Solo Classic, the Solo Vintage and the Damien Elite Series. The Solo Classic has a mahogany body, Duncan HB102 (bridge) and Duncan P100 (neck) pickups, coil-tapping abilities, 22 medium frets and a new version of the Shecter logo and headstock. The Solo Vintage features a Bigsby B-50 trem system, Tune O Matic bridge, Duncan HB102 (bridge) and Duncan FG101 (neck) - both chrome covered - coil-tapping capabilities all riding on a mahogany body. The Damien Elite Series features several body styles with come with a 24 jumbo fret neck with 81 and 85 EMG active pickups with coil-tapping abilities and a string-thru bridge.



PG's Rebecca Dirks is On Location in Anaheim, CA, for NAMM 2010 where she visits the Shecter Guitars booth. In this segment, we get to check out the Solo Classic, the Solo Vintage and the Damien Elite Series.

The Solo Classic has a mahogany body, Duncan HB102 (bridge) and Duncan P100 (neck) pickups, coil-tapping abilities, 22 medium frets and a new version of the Shecter logo and headstock.

The Solo Vintage features a Bigsby B-50 trem system, Tune O Matic bridge, Duncan HB102 (bridge) and Duncan FG101 (neck) - both chrome covered - coil-tapping capabilities all riding on a mahogany body.

The Damien Elite Series features several body styles with come with a 24 jumbo fret neck with 81 and 85 EMG active pickups with coil-tapping abilities and a string-thru bridge.

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