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NAMM 2014: Schecter Hellraiser Hybrid Series Launched
The Hellraiser's signature quilted Maple top has been resdesigned with a more sculptured arch set into the Mahogany body. There's increased upper fret access with the Hellraiser Hybrid's cutaway.
The ultra-slim neck with compound radius fingerboard has come from the SLS. All models have been finished in a high-gloss transparent black burst, with carbon fiber binding and side dots that glow in the dark.
Also released for NAMM 2014 was the Hellraiser C-9, a 9 string guitar with jumbo frets for guitarists who want more!
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 7 Feb 2014 12:01 to category : Instruments News
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