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Schecter SYNYSTER GATES CUSTOM S – Black Gold Stripes


Tuners : Grover Rotomatic 18:1
Fretboard Material : Ebony
Neck Material : Mahogany 3-pc w/ Carbon Fiber Reinforcement Rods
Inlays : Pearloid ‘Syn’ w/Death Bat at 12th Fre
Side Dot Markers : Glow In The Dark
Scale : 25.5″ (648mm)
Neck Shape : Ultra Thin “C”
Thickness : @ 1st Fret- .748″ (19mm)/ @ 12th Fret- .787″ (20mm)
Frets : 24 X-Jumbo
Fretboard Radius : 16″ (406mm)
Nut : Floyd Rose 1500 Series
Nut Width : 1.625″ (41.3mm)
Truss Rod : 2-Way Adjustable Rod w/ 5/32″ (4mm) Allen Nut
Guitar Colors : Gloss Black w/Silver Pin Stripes
Hardware Color : Black
Top Contour : Flat Top
Dexterity : Right Handed
Construction : Set-Neck w/Ultra Access
Body Material : Mahogany
Top Material : Pinstripe
Binding : Black 1-ply
Bridge : Floyd Rose 1500 Series
Controls : Volume/Tone/3-Way (Pickup) Switch/2-Way On-Off Sustainiac Switch/3-Way Sustainiac Mode Switch (Fundamental-Mix-Harmonic)
Bridge Pickup : Schecter USA Synyster Gates Signature Humbucker
Neck Pickup : Sustainiac®
Battery Compartment : 9-volt Clip-in Battery Compartment
Knobs : Metal Knurled w/ Set Screw : Strings : Ernie Ball Regular Slinky #2221 (.010-.046)
Case : 1630 SGR-2A Avenger Hardcase
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Synyster Style with Unending Sustain

There are metal guitars, and then there’s the Schecter Synyster Gates Custom-S solidbody electric guitar. If you’re looking for an axe that can withstand the brutal riffing and impossible solos of its namesake, this is the guitar for you. A super-hot Schecter Synyster Gates signature humbucking pickup and Sustainiac humbucker in the neck position provide a solid base for riffing and let you pull off solos that sing forever. And since the Synyster Gates Custom-S also comes equipped with a genuine Floyd Rose 1500 tremolo bridge, you’re all set for ultimate pitch control and rock-solid tuning stability.

Crafted for high-tech performance

From its outrageous lines to the 25.5″ scale length, the Gates Custom-S is built to dish out down-tuned, high-gain riffing. Its 3-piece mahogany neck is carved to a fast profile with great access to all 24 frets. And its ebony fretboard is rounded to a 14″ radius, letting you grab those huge bends and wide vibrato. Finally, the guitar’s extreme contours ensure this guitar is as balanced and comfortable as it is aggressive. If metal is your thing, you really can’t go wrong with this instrument.

Powerful and flexible pair of humbuckers

You’ll be hard pressed to beat the sustain and attack you’ll get out of this guitar’s high-output Schecter Synyster Gates signature humbucking pickup at the bridge position. This high-output pickup design features ceramic-8 magnets for higher output while retaining plenty of upper-harmonic cut. Blend that with the Sustainiac pickup in the neck position, and you are in total control of a searing tone. If you’re looking to get pulverizing sound out of your playing with notes that sing forever, the Schecter Synyster Gates Custom-S is hard to beat.

Genuine Floyd Rose 1500 bridge

Schecter knows that players who prefer the heavier side of music demand absolute performance from their guitars. That’s why they loaded the Synyster Gates Custom-S with a Floyd Rose 1500 double-locking tremolo bridge. A remake of the original Floyd Rose blade tremolo, this incredible bridge lets you dive and pull up to the extreme while never having to worry about tuning accuracy. You’ll get both the rock-solid reliability and the tight response you need when you strap on the Synyster Gates Custom-S.

Schecter Synyster Gates Custom-S Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:
  • Signature guitar of Avenged Sevenfold’s guitar hero
  • 3-piece mahogany set neck with Ultra Access heel plays fast and provides unbridled fretting range
  • Ebony fingerboard with Syn and Death Bat inlays
  • Schecter Synyster Gates signature humbucker is passive with massive output
  • Sustainiac neck humbucker offers controls for endless sustain and effortless feedback
  • Floyd Rose 1500 tremolo bridge for pitch control and stability
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