Stealth series is a new budget-friendly line of electric guitars in Schecter catalog. It comes with six and seven-stringed guitars based on the Hellraiser, Damien and Blackjack C-1 and C-7 platform. Of course, due to their position on the market, Stealth series models are pretty much stripped down and fit with only the elementary features and appointments. This does not mean that they`re cheaply made, no. Stealth models come with set in necks with ultra access cutaways, carved tops, 14"-16" fingerboard radius, locking tuners and high quality bridges. Pickups are also made by Schecter. Stealth C-7 is the series basic seven-stringer (one of two introduced into the initial series lineup). Mahogany is used for both the bridge and neck, while the fingerboard made of rosewood. On the top, the hardtail bridge has seven adjustable saddles with strings running through the body beneath the bridge. Pickups in the front are Schecter`s own Super Rock II humbuckers. They feature master volume, master tone (also has a push/pull switch) and a three-way toggle pickup switch. Mahogany neck features the standard thin C contour in the back and a 24-fret rosewood fingerboard on the top. The MSRP for this model is set at $799.
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