Schecter Guitar Research Dan Donegan Ultra Signature Electric Guitar
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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.
A great combination from the guitarist of neck-thru design, ebony fretboard and select Seymour Duncan pickups.
Dan Donegan, guitarist for multi-platinum band Disturbed, teamed up with Schecter Guitars to produce the Schecter Dan Donegan Ultra Signature Electric Guitar, also known as the Schecter Ultra DD.
With over 11 million albums sold worldwide, Dan's influence cannot be underestimated in an ever-changing musical landscape. The much anticipated Schecter Ultra DD signature model will not disappoint.
This Schecter has a visually striking neck-thru-body design that also helps produce long-sustaining notes with increased midrange. The body is mahogany and is joined to a resonant 5-ply maple and walnut neck via an ultra-access neck joint. The silky-smooth ebony fretboard has 22 extra jumbo frets along its full 25.5" scale length. Schecter locking tuners adorn the peghead. The truss rod cover features the guitarist's signature.
Dan Donegan selected specific Seymour Duncan pickups for the Ultra DD. A custom shop "El Diablo" in the bridge position provides pronounced upper mids and sweet, rounded highs, while the neck position SH-1N offers late-'50s, vintage correct, humbucker sound ranging from warm clean tones to full and bright distorted ones. The result is a guitar that can handle a variety of styles and playing techniques, just like the man himself.
Case sold separately.
- Mahogany body
- Multi 5-ply maple/walnut neck
- Neck-thru body construction
- Ultra access neck joint
- Ebony fingerboard
- 25.5" scale
- 22 ex. jumbo frets
- Graph tech nut
- Schecter locking tuners
- Tone Pros system
- Seymour Duncan custom shop 'El Diablo' and '59 humbuckers
- 500k volume/tone contrals with push/pull tone
- Case sold separately