Schecter Introduces the Damien Platinum Collection Electric Guitars

Sun Valley, CA (November 19, 2012) – Schecter Guitar Research is proud to announce the addition of the Damien Platinum Collection. Designed on Schecter’s popular C-1 body style, the

Sun Valley, CA (November 19, 2012) – Schecter Guitar Research is proud to announce the addition of the Damien Platinum Collection. Designed on Schecter’s popular C-1 body style, the 2013 Damien now features a Set-In 3pc mahogany neck. The new Platinum version is also armed with the industry standard for rock and metal EMG 81/85 combo active humbuckers. The new Damien’s look as good as they sound, now with silver binding throughout and the infamous Damien Bat inlay pattern.  It’s sinister Satin Black finish is enhanced by Satin Chrome hardware.

The expansive Damien Platinum Collection will debut with 6,7 and 8 string models, as well as Floyd Rose and Sustainiac options. Like most of Schecter’s line, all models will be available Left-Handed.

Features Include:
• EMG 81/85 Active Humbuckers
• Set-In Mahogany neck with Rosewood fingerboard
• Silver Metal “Bats” Inlay
• Floyd Rose 1000 Locking tremolo
• Also Available with Sustainiac stealth system

MSRP: $789.00

For more information:
www.schecterguitars.com

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