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Schecter Guitar Research Unleashes the Apocalypse Series

Schecter Guitar Research Unleashes the Apocalypse Series

Designed for extreme-metal players with an aesthetic to match.

Sun Valley, CA (December 21, 2016) -- Schecter Guitar Research is proud to introduce the Apocalypse Series line of guitars for the 2017 Winter NAMM Show, which will be showcased in their upstairs Room 210-D. Designed for extreme metal players, with an aesthetic to match, this series comes with everything you're looking for to tear it up. Schecters USA Apocalypse pickups, stainless steel frets, a compound radius for ease of playing, a light weight swamp ash body, and a stained satin finish allow this guitar to take all the abuse on stage and off. Coming in our famed C shape body with Floyd Rose/Sustainiac options and an apocalyptic Rust Grey finish, this series will get the job done!

Available models:

  • C-1 MSRP $1549/Streeet $1089
  • C-1 FR MSRP $1599/Streeet $1119
  • C-1 FRS MSRP $1699/Streeet $1189
  • C-7 MSRP $1599/Streeet $1199

Available colors: Rusty Grey (RG)

About the Schecter Apocalypse Series

  • Construction: Set-Neck w/Ultra Access
  • Body: Swamp Ash
  • Neck: Multi 5-ply Maple/Bubinga
  • Fingerboard: Ebony
  • Inlay: Mother of Pearl Triangle outline at 12 th and 24 th Fret
  • Binding: Black
  • Scale: 25.5” (648mm) - C-1, 26.5” (648mm) - C-7
  • Frets: 24 X-Jumbo Stainless Steel Frets
  • Pickups: Schecter USA Apocalypse pickup set
  • Electronics: Volume (Push-Pull)/Volume/Tone/3- Way Switch
  • Nut: Graph Tech BlackTusq XL 42mm
  • Bridge: Hipshot C-1, Hipshot C-7, Floyd Rose 1500 Series C-1FR/S
  • Tuners: Schecter Locking
  • Hardware: Satin Black (SBK)
  • Color: Rusty Grey (RG)
  • L/H: Satin Black (SBK)

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