Schecter Guitar Research Solo-6 Special Electric GuitarProduct #584536 Schecter Guitar Research 584536 AAG Solid Body Electric Guitars https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Where versatile meets playable at the corner of classic and vintage.
The Schecter Solo-6 Standard electric guitar features a single-cutaway mahogany body, 24-3/4" scale 3-piece mahogany neck, and a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard. A Schector Ultra Access neck joint lets you reach the entire fretboard with ease and comfort. The TonePros bridge system includes a Tune-O-Matic-style bridge with a stopbar tailpiece for stability and sustain. The Schecter Solo-6 Standard guitar is loaded with a Duncan designed HB humbucking bridge pickup with coil tapping and a P-100 single coil pickup for a combination of modern and vintage tones. Appointments include dot fretboard position markers, Schecter tuners, and chrome hardware.
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- Construction: Set-neck with Ultra Access neck joint
- Body: Mahogany
- Neck: 3-piece mahogany
- Scale: 24-3/4"
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Frets: 22 medium
- Inlays: crème dots
- Bridge pickup: Duncan designed HB-102 humbucker
- Neck pickup: P-100 single-coil
- Electronics: Vol/Vol/Tone/Tone (tap)/3-way switch
- Bridge: TonePros Tune-O-Matic with stopbar tailpiece
- Tuners: Schecter
- Hardware: Chrome
- Case: Sold separately
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Comments about Schecter Guitar Research Solo-6 Special Electric Guitar:
I really like this guitar-- it is very versatile and easy to play, with a good variety of tones. The quality is excellent for the price, and it has a nice thin neck. It has a solid Mahogany body, but is several pounds lighter that a Les Paul, making it much more comfortable to use when playing standing. The current description says the pickups are coil-tapped, however mine are coil-split, so maybe mine is an older version. Then P-100 neck pickup is a stacked single coil, so it is essentially a humbucker masquarding as a P-90. The guitar is fairly quiet at all settings, even in the coil-split mode, which is enaged by pulling up on each of the tone controls.