Schecter Introduces the Hellraiser C-1 FR-S Electric Guitar

Sun Valley, CA (November 16, 2012) – Schecter Guitar Research is proud to announce the addition of the HELLRAISER C-1 FR-S electric guitar. Killer looks and loaded with all

Sun Valley, CA (November 16, 2012) – Schecter Guitar Research is proud to announce the addition of the HELLRAISER C-1 FR-S electric guitar. Killer looks and loaded with all of the quality and features that have made the Hellraiser one of the industry’s most popular guitars over the past 5 years.

This new Hellraiser adds the Sustainiac Infinite Sustain system to the instrument’s already lethal EMG 81 bridge pickup.  Mini toggles control the Sustainiac’s off/on and 3 harmonic modes.  Acustom designed dual battery compartment allows for ease of access.

Features Include:
• EMG Active Humbuckers and Sustainiac stealth system onboard
• Set-In Mahogany neck with Rosewood fingerboard
• Grey Pearl “Gothic Cross” Inlay
• Grover Tuners
• Floyd Rose 1000 Locking tremolo

MSRP: $1499.00

For more information:
www.schecterguitars.com

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