Schecter Announces Hellraiser Solo E/A Guitar

The Hellraiser Solo E/A features dual semi­-hollow tone chambers allowing for accurate acoustic emulation via the Fishman Tune­O­Matic Powerbridge pickup and Powerchip pre­amp.


Burbank, CA (July 8, 2011) -- Schecter Guitar Research announces the summer release of the Hellraiser Solo E/A.

The Hellraiser Solo E/A features dual semi­-hollow tone chambers allowing for accurate acoustic emulation via the Fishman Tune­O­Matic Powerbridge pickup and Powerchip pre­amp. A solid center block prevents feedback from the EMG 81/89 active pickups in high-­gain settings.

This model also features a mahogany body with a quilted maple top, a 3 piece mahogany set neck with 24 Jumbo frets on a rosewood fingerboard.

The Hellraiser Solo E/A is available in a Black Cherry finish with double abalone bindings and abalone gothic cross inlays.

MSRP: $1399

For more information:
Schecter Guitar Research

Source: Press Release

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