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kahall
post May 16 2007, 03:52 AM
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I cannot believe what a difference a nice, and I mean sweet, great looking, well made, easy to play, and good sounding guitar has made in my playing abilities. Woo HOO! I almost hyperventilated when I plugged it in the first time and played a few of the licks learned here at GMC. I hesitated to buy a new one thinking I needed to get a lot better before I spent the $$, but this has and is going to really make the hard work sound like it should. Can you tell I am excited?
Anyway it is a Schecter C-1 Plus. Have a look. I love it



Here is a link with the specs.


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Rock
post May 16 2007, 04:21 AM
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QUOTE (kahall @ May 16 2007, 03:52 AM) *
I cannot believe what a difference a nice, and I mean sweet, great looking, well made, easy to play, and good sounding guitar has made in my playing abilities. Woo HOO! I almost hyperventilated when I plugged it in the first time and played a few of the licks learned here at GMC. I hesitated to buy a new one thinking I needed to get a lot better before I spent the $$, but this has and is going to really make the hard work sound like it should. Can you tell I am excited?
Anyway it is a Schecter C-1 Plus. Have a look. I love it



Here is a link with the specs.


Congratulations! Great looking guitar. I bought a C-1 Classic a few months ago and love it. I chose the blue color. They make the C-1 with the color you chose and I have to say when I saw it on the wall, I was impressed. If it were available when I purchased, I think I would have chosen the same color as yours. Although I really like the look of mine as well. Good luck man.

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post May 16 2007, 07:22 AM
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Mmmm, a beauty.


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post May 16 2007, 09:30 PM
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man, that is awesome.wish i could afford one.(parents wouldnt let me buy a guitar that expensive anyway, they say im to young).


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kahall
post May 17 2007, 02:25 AM
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QUOTE (Rock @ May 15 2007, 10:21 PM) *
Congratulations! Great looking guitar. I bought a C-1 Classic a few months ago and love it. I chose the blue color. They make the C-1 with the color you chose and I have to say when I saw it on the wall, I was impressed. If it were available when I purchased, I think I would have chosen the same color as yours. Although I really like the look of mine as well. Good luck man.

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They did not have the blue or the black one that I now see they do make. I might have went for one of them had they had them in stock. But I had to have it RIGHT NOW.

QUOTE (stratman33 @ May 16 2007, 03:30 PM) *
man, that is awesome.wish i could afford one.(parents wouldnt let me buy a guitar that expensive anyway, they say im to young).


I never said I could afford it..heh! You have way more time than I do to get many guitars in your life time.


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post May 19 2007, 08:32 PM
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awesome. I have the same guitar but only in cherry. The finish is very beautiful and the neck is smooth as butter. Great choice!


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post Mar 2 2008, 07:04 AM
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and today my wife paid it off for my Bday! Awwe, she's so sweet. Now....maybe a cheaper Schecter with a whammy bar for fun. rolleyes.gif


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post Mar 2 2008, 07:22 AM
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u could just save money n get a whammy pedal... its pretty spot on and u wont go out of tune n have the hassle of restringing haha..


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