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A rocking guitar with cool looks and great playability.
The Schecter Tempest Standard Electric Guitar has a uniquely styled double-cutaway mahogany body, set mahogany neck, and a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard. A Schecter ultra access neck joint lets your fretting hand reach the entire fretboard with ease and comfort.
The guitars TonePros bridge system includes a Tune-o-matic style bridge with a stopbar tailpiece for stability and sustain. Schecter loads the Tempest Custom guitar with a pair of Seymour Duncan designed HB humbucking pickups with coil-splitting for an wide range of tones.
Other appointments of the Schecter Tempest Standard include mother-of-pearl dot inlays, cr me fretboard and body binding, and chrome hardware.
- Body: Double-cutaway mahogany
- Neck: Set 3-piece mahogany
- Scale: 24-3/4"
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Frets: 22 medium
- Inlays: Mother-of-pearl dots
- Binding: Multi-ply Cr¨me
- Bridge pickup: Duncan designed HB 102 humbucker
- Neck pickup: Duncan designed HB 101 humbucker
- Electronics: Vol/Vol/Tone (coil-splitting)/3-way switch
- Bridge: TonePros Tune-o-matic with stopbar tailpiece
- Tuners: Grover
- Hardware: Chrome
- Case: sold separately
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Comments about Schecter Guitar Research 2011 Tempest Standard Electric Guitar:
Solid player, perfect frets, guitar set up superbly right out of the box. I got this axe on sale with a special Labor day price, and I couldn't be happier. I have owned a Tempest gold top Special as well, and that one I should never have let go. The coil tap is a great bonus on the Standard, and you get the P-90 and Strat tones very easily. The look of the guitar is amazing to say the least, with gorgeous neck binding, glossy smooth finish, Duncan designed pups, rosewood fingerboard, mahogany neck, The trus rod works, unlike some other imports I have tried recently. One such guitar, that will remain nameless, had to be sent back due to a twisted neck that buzzed no matter what measures you took to set up the guitar. The schecter is warm, very easy to play, and makes great sounds. From clean to dirty, from Blues to jazz, this guitar does it al, and with a super price that won't break the bank. Buy one, you'll see what I mean.