Mahogany body, maple neck, rosewood fingerboard. Professional components.
Schecter’s BlackJack models are armed with the extremely versatile Seymour Duncan JB (SH-4) and 59 (SH-1n) pickup combinations, which can be tapped via a push/pull tone control or a 5-way Mega Switch. Additional features (usually found only on instruments costing twice as much) include a rock maple neck set into an arched mahogany body, Grover tuning machines, and a TonePros locking Tune-O-Matic Bridge, which greatly enhances the instruments natural sustain, and ensures rock-solid intonation and sonic clarity.
The BlackJack C-7 is a 26.5 in. extended scale, which when combined with stability of the TonePros, yields low-tuned tonal definition.
As with all Schechter Diamond Series guitars and basses, the Blackjack C-7 is backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
The pick up selected was a sweet thing about it and the 7 strings because gives you more to toy around with when just sitting around. The transition from six to seven strings is nearly instant. The strings stay in tune, no matter how much vibratos are used.
Very nice wood was sweet the way they route red the top out is very vice 24 frets is also nice to have get more out of a guitar that way. It stays in tune, the pickups are well balanced, and it looks great and the full, clear tone it produces. Works great, never had a problem with anything on the guitar working or sounding great.
The grover tuners are smooth and accurate, the tone pros bride and string thru body makes the whole guitar vibrate with resonance, and the 26.5″ scale length makes the seventh string sound absolutely evil. If you play metal, and need a seven-string guitar, this should definitely be one you look at.
Very good it has a lot of different sounds to fit with individual needs and yours to. It is got a good natural tone from its body but its electronics just don’t catch all of that tone. Played a lot of 7 Strings and the sound you get out of this Guitar is amazing. After soldered the pick ups in the right way they did work and gave sound. The sound is ok. The quality of the guitar is not the best. The right beginners’ guitar!
Ease of Use:
Plug and Play – The amp works properly. It is very easy to play and the sound selection easy to use and you don’t have to sit down and read the manual even though it is a very good idea to.
Price is ok, beginner’s guitar. The guitar is worth the money you pay for it. Great value! It’s hard to find a 7-string with good sound and this one has it. $650 isn’t very much to spend to be fully satisfied with your guitar. Check Latest Price.
It looks good. It fits our image as a band. it is very appealing to me it was. The jet black was awesome needs some more colors though. The action is smooth and fast. If you want to get a seven string guitar that low on price, but still satisfies your seven string quench, get this one. Otherwise, if you have the money, get the Ibanez UV777.
Construction: Set Neck w/ Ultra Access
Frets: 24 Jumbo
Scale: 26-1/2 in.
Inlays: Black Pearl Dots
Bridge: TonePros w/ Thru Body
Binding: Multi-Ply Creme
Hardware: Black Chrome
Pickups: Seymour Duncan JB (SH-4) and ’59 (SH-1N)
Electronics: Vol / Tone / Pickup Selector
Finishes: Gloss Black (BLK)
Case: SGR-1C (optional)