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Picked this up as a Christmas treat to myself... I got some bonus from work, and it was a good price due to being b-stock.

Very impressed with it so far. The neck is fantastic, and the Sustainiac is a lot of fun. I know the colour is not to everyone's taste, but personally I love it. In low light it actually looks like it's glowing :D



 

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Sunglasses mandatory - that's bright! :metal:

Have fun with the new guitar - I tried one of those Sustainiac equipped Schecters in a store some time ago, was a really fun guitar.
 

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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.
 

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None brighter. Oddly, I dig the six string versions of these, but not the 7s. Excellent score. :yesway:
 

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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.
 

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

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That is amazing.
 

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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!

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 :)
 

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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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