Stargazer series features a set of unique guitars with solid, double-cut bodies with vintage styling. These are based on the standard C-1 design, known from C-1, Hellraiser, Damien and many other series. The difference is that Stargazers feature flat-top design and shortened cutaways, just like the 006 models from the Hellraiser line. The regular Stargazer is the only six-stringer in the series. It comes with a solid, double-cut body made of ash. It is available in two colors, Black and Dark Vintage Sunburst. Both of them are finished in gloss. Tune-o-matic bridge is paired with a decorative tailpiece. In the pickups department, Schecter installs a pair of active humbuckers. The neck is set in, made of maple and topped with a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard.
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I'm not quite sure what features the reviewer would like to see on this guitar. It has 2 HB-101 humbuckers with coil tapping, a set neck, ash body with figured maple top, maple neck, rosewood fretboard, grover tuners, Tone Pros TOM bridge with custom tailpiece, and a very decent finish (I have the Crimson Ghost). Maybe it's just me, but as soon as I picked this guitar up I fell in love with it. I own an '89 USA Fender Strat, an'01 Epi Les Paul Custom, an Epi Wilshire Ltd Ed., A Parker P-36, Ibanez AF75T Hollow Body, as well as several cheap guitars that I've hot-rodded. This Schecter Stargazer is the most versatile by far. With the alder body and the pickups tapper for single coil, I can get a very Stratish punch...and with the humbuckers on, I can get a nice SGish growl. Out of the box, this guitar was set up very, VERY well. The neck was nice and straight, required no adjustment. The action was set at just over 5/32" which is a good, standard set up....I like mine a bit lower, so I lowered it to just over 3/32" and have absolutely no fret buzzing at all. Again, maybe it's just me, but this guitar just 'feels' good. I think it's fairly priced. If it were stolen, I would buy another. Something about this guitar just gives it that something special. That 'feel' that makes you mediocre player good and a good player great.
Schecter Stargazer 4.20 out of 5 based on 4 ratings
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