Apocalypse line is perfect for modern day metal players, and it arrived just in time for the 2017 edition of Winter NAMM. Starting lineup of this series includes C-1, C-1 FR, C-1 FR S and C-7 models, with hopefully eight and nine stringers following soon.
C-7 Apocalypse is currently the only extended-range model of the Apocalypse range. It starts with a series-standard chassis, which includes a swamp ash body, maple/bubinga neck (set-in, ultra access, carbon fiber reinforcements) and ebony fingerboard (26-1/2" scale, extra jumbo frets, triangular inlay at the 12th fret, compound 12"-16" radius, 1.89" TUSQ nut).
Major hardware and electronics features include a stirng-through-body hardtail bridge, Schecter`s Apocalypse humbucking pickups and Schecter tuners.
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