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Schecter Guitar Research Hellraiser Hybrid C-7 7 String Electric Guitar Transparent Black Burst 888365950150

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7-String, part Hellraiser, part SLS.

A unique fusion of Schecter's HELLRAISER and SLS models, the C-7 Hybrid is a 7-string combination of the most sought-after features of each. The Hellraiser's signature highly figured quilted Maple top is now redesigned with a more sculptured arch and is set into the Mahogany body with an increased upper access cutaway.

The C-7 features EMG's 57/66 Active humbuckers with Brushed Black metal-works covers and a high gloss transparent black burst finish. Schecter Locking tuners and GraphTech Tusq nuts are standard. The HH C-7 also features USA made Hipshot Non-Trem bridges to accommodate progressive playing styles.

The SLS shares the HH's popular thin, fast neck profile and satin finish. The compound radius ebony fingerboard is adorned with an inverted dot pattern that switches to the treble side at the 15th fret. The Metal Cross, synonymous with the Hellraiser, sits proudly at the 12th fret. A newly designed ˜Carbon fiber' binding and glow-in-the-dark side dots (great for low light live situations) enhance the 2014 Hellraiser Hybrid's metal appearance.

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Mahogany body with quilted maple top
Set-in mahogany neck with increased upper access cutaway
EMG57/66 humbuckers with brushed black metal-works covers
SLS slim neck profile and satin neck finish
Compound radius ebony fretboard
Carbon fiber binding / glow-in-the-dark side dots
Hipshot bridge
High gloss transparent black burst finish

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