The Royal and The Orleans feature solid spruce tops with solid Indian rosewood or Mahogany back & sides.

Los Angeles, CA (March 25, 2010) – Schecter Guitars is known for their heavier offerings, but is showing a softer side with the release of their new Solid Spruce Top Acoustics. The two debut models, The Royal and The Orleans, showcase stunning looks and Fishman Prefix Plus-T pickups at an affordable price in a choice of Vintage Sunburst or Gloss Natural over Solid Spruce tops.

The Royal
• Solid Spruce Top Vintage Sunburst
• Solid Indian Rosewood Back & Sides
• Mahogany Dove Tail Set Neck
• Rosewood Fingerboard
• Fishman Prefix Plus-T Pickup
• Rosewood Bridge w/ Graphtech Tusq Saddle & Pins
• Grover Tuners w/ hardware
• Crème Binding & Dot Inlay
• Bone Nut
• 25.5” Scale Length
The Orleans
• Solid Spruce Top Gloss Natural
• Solid Mahogany Back & Sides
• Mahogany Dove Tail Set Neck
• Rosewood Fingerboard
• Fishman Prefix Plus-T Pickup
• Rosewood Bridge w/ Graphtech Tusq Saddle & Pins
• Grover Tuners w/ hardware
• Abalone Binding & Dot Inlay
• Bone Nut
• 25.5” Scale Length

Both guitars have an MSRP of $1299.

For more information:
schecterguitars.com

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