Schecter has released details on several models it will debut at the NAMM show in January. The T S/H-1 guitar is based on their Tempest shape, with a single catseye sound port with a semi-hollow maple body, 24.75"-scale maple neck, rosewood fretboard, and mother-of-pearl block inlays. Features unique to the include a specially designed Vintage ‘S’ tailpiece, overwound ceramic-magnet Schecter SuperRock MH pickups, coil-tap toggle switch, Grover Tuners, TonePros bridge, and Graph Tech Tusq XL nut.
The Jerry Horton Signature model is built on the company’s Solo-6 platform, with 25.5"-scale mahogany neck set into an arched mahogany body. It has Seymour Duncan JB / ’59 pickups, a TonePros AVT-II wraparound bridge, and Schecter locking tuners.
The Gary Holt Signature V-1 is a redesign of Schecter’s V-1 shape, but with the longer wing on top. It uses EMG 81/89 active pickups, 24.75"-scale mahogany neck is set into the offset-V body with Ultra Access neck joint, and an Original Floyd Rose locking vibrato.
The Hellraiser Special Collection C-8 has two EMG 808 active humbuckers, 26.5"-scale mahogany neck, arched C-style body with Schecter’s Ultra Access neck-joint.
The Damien Riot model has a 25.5" scale rosewood/maple bolt-on neck with Black Pearl Bat inlays and a Satin Black finish. Its sleek horns and full cut-away allows easy access to the upper frets, while the EMG-hz pickups and string-through body design provide hard hitting sounds to punish the unfaithful. Schecter Tuners and a GraphTech nut round out the package.
The Omen Solo has an off-set single-cut design, 25.5"-scale rosewood/maple bolt-on neck, Schecter Diamond Plus pickups, GraphTech Black Tusq nut, and chrome hardware. Learn more at schecterguitars.com.