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New Damien Collection Instruments from Schecter

Schecter Guitar Research has introduced its new Damien Collection, consisting of four guitars which are the company's first guitars to use EMG's HZ series humbuckers. Built on Schecter's Classic 'C' body style, these four models take dead aim at the hard rock guitarist...

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Schecter Guitar Research has introduced its new Damien Collection, consisting of four guitars which are the company's first guitars to use EMG's HZ series humbuckers. Built on Schecter's Classic 'C' body style, these four models take dead aim at the hard rock guitarist.

Common features for all four in the collection include Arched Basswood body, bolted-on rock maple neck, and a rosewood fingerboard with extra jumbo frets. The Sinister Satin Black finish, black hardware and black pearl 'bat' inlays compliment the Damien's aggressive sound

The DAMIEN-6 and DAMIEN-FR are 25 1/2" scale and are armed with EMG's popular H4 (bridge) H4A (neck) set. The FR also features a Licensed Floyd Rose locking tremolo system.

The Damien-EX Baritone and the Damien-7 are both 26 1/2" extended scale and designed for heavy drop-tuned tuning, tone and clarity.

As with all Schecter Diamond Series guitars and basses, a Limited Lifetime Warranty will back the new Damien Collection..

Suggested retail prices are $499.00 for the Damien-6 and the Damien-EX, and $549.00 for the Damien-FR and Damien-7. Left-handed version of the Damien-6 will also be available (add $50.00 to retail price)

By our press release coordinator Thursday February 17, 2005
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