I'm not playing these enough; I'd like to keep these in the MG family if possible, sent to homes that will love them.
Particularly, if someone has a need for some shred but is hit hard by these times financially, let me know and we can work something out for packing/shipping costs (or for free) to the right home.
Warmoth HH Superstrat:
If you've been around here for a while, you know what this is. Drew built this and set it up (with some help from Chris); I picked it up from him along with the C-7 a few years ago. I believe it is a chambered swamp ash body with quilted maple top, and a gorgeous maple neck and board. It's a beautiful, lightweight, resonant, and great-sounding guitar (Satch-y DiMarzios of some sort), but I find myself reaching for the EBMM Lukes instead (narrower nut width, no Floyd).
Comes with a really nice Charvel hardshell case. Looking for $SOLD, or see above if you are hard hit by COVID and need some shred.
Schecter C-7 Blackjack: This is an '00s Schecter C-7 Blackjack. This is a solid 7-string, and the only one I've had in the last few years. Like the C-1s of the era, it's hard to go wrong. This is a solid guitar with passive pickups and coil splits on the in-between positions switch that sounds great; 26.5" scale, mahogany set neck, very articulate with a clear B string (currently strung up with a .068 on the B so it's extra satisfying for rhythm work). Neck is on the wide/large side but it doesn't have awkward shoulders.
Will ship in a gig bag. Looking for $SOLD, but see above if you are hard hit by COVID and need some shred/djent/whatever.