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  1. #9


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    Nice! I bet stage lighting will really make it pop.
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  3. #10


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron1 View Post
    Nice! I bet stage lighting will really make it pop.
    You know, when we get back to stages.

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    That is amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Surveyor 777 View Post
    Congrats! Love the color. And love Schecters, too. Hopefully picking another one up next month.

    Don't they call that color "birch" or something? I can't figure that out - never saw a birch tree that color.
    Yes, it's birch green... I wondered about that myself!


    Quote Originally Posted by Vegetta View Post
    how is the sustaniac? I really never tried one or had any interest in them but damn Schecter sticks them on a lot of guitars.

    That guitar looks great tho i would rock the shit out of it.
    It's a lot of fun. It seems to work a lot better in some places than others; I guess that's probably where natural harmonics are occurring. So far all I've really used it for is crazy feedback divebombs at whisper-quiet volumes, but it's a nice effect and I can already think of a few things I want to re-record using it
    All of the gain, most of the mids...

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    Birch green? Am I completely colorblind when I say that's more yellow than green.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus View Post
    Birch green? Am I completely colorblind when I say that's more yellow than green.
    This isn't one of those "what color is the dress" things, is it?

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    It looks a lot more yellow in the photo than it does in the flesh, tbh. But it is definitely towards the yellow end of the green spectrum

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