The shred-inspired models feature EMG pickups, Floyd Rose tremolo, and a Sustainiac option.

Schecter Guitar
SV SS C-1 FR Lambo Orange

Sun Valley, CA (January 21, 2017) -- While some people sit around dreaming of the good ‘ol days when they used to command the crowd, Schecter Guitar Research went all out and built you a rock 'n' roll time machine! Channel your inner shredder because this series was made to put you on top of the scene! With EMGs new Retro Active pickups, 24-fret access, exclusive Floyd Rose 'Hot Rod' Tremolos and a Sustainiac option, this guitar was made for burning leads! The Floyd Rose Hot Rod Special tremolo features a new push-in trem arm, brass sustain block and stainless steel screws resistant to corrosion while ripping it up on stage! With our new Seafoam Green or Lambo Orange finishes, you’ll be sure to steal the spotlight. It’s barely street legal and for the first time puts a sustainiac loaded guitar in your hands at under $800!

Available models:

  • SV SS C-1 FR MSRP $899/STREET $629
  • SV SS C-1 FRS MSRP $1199/STREET $799

Available colors:

  • Satin Black (SBK)
  • Gloss White (WHT)
  • Lambo Orange (LOR)
  • Sea Foam Green (SFG)

  • Construction: 4 Bolt-on
  • Body: Mahogany
  • Neck: Hard Rock maple or Rosewood
  • Fingerboard: Maple or Rose Wood
  • Inlay: Black Offset/Reverse Dots
  • Scale: 25.5” (648mm)
  • Frets: 24 X-Jumbo Frets
  • Pickups: EMG Retro Active Super 77/Fat 55 set, EMG Retro Active Super 77/ Sustainiac (FR S)
  • Electronics: Volume/Volume/3-Way Switch
  • Bridge: Floyd Rose Special Hot Rod
  • Tuners: Schecter
  • Hardware: Black
  • L/H: Satin Black

For more information:
Schecter Guitars

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