The Schecter BlackJack ATX C-1 is an electric guitar that is so comfortable to play, it almost becomes an extension of your body. An arched mahogany string-through body and 3-piece mahogany set neck w... Click To Read More About This Product
The Schecter BlackJack ATX C-1 is an electric guitar that is so comfortable to play, it almost becomes an extension of your body. An arched mahogany string-through body and 3-piece mahogany set neck with Schecter's Ultra Access heel contour give the BlackJack C-1 stunning stage presence.
The Blackjack ATX C-1 electric guitar features Seymour Duncan active Blackouts humbuckers. These are 9-volt pickups designed for aggressive playing styles; especially good for old school metal, garage, punk, thrash, drop tunings, and other heavy rock styles. The Blackouts' balanced inputs capture the tone that players want in an active design, providing more lows, more highs, more tone — period.
The Blackjack ATX C-1 guitar's ebony fingerboard features an Active Bolt inlay at the 12th fret, like a warning label for just how much power your electric guitar is packing. Grover tuners, a TonePros Tune-o-matic-style bridge and a GraphTech lubricating nut keep you in tune and maximizes sustain. Aged multiply binding is an excellent frame for the BlackJack's high-class aged finish.
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Bought this guitar awhile back and had it special ordered in the Aged White. Got it earlier than excpected which was great. This guitar RIPS. Plays super smooth, fast neck, and the sound was amazing through my Marshall AVT. Then i went to my studio, plugged it into my JSX head and Vintage 30's half stack. Got a TON of excess buzz, hum, and feedback. I couldnt stop it. Pretty annoying. I know i dont have a noise suppreser but still, it was obnoxious. I returned the guitar as i was just unhappy with the pickups. I guess i will stick with EMG's.
I'm sure many people are looking at this guitar for a couple reasons. It's ,mahogany with an ebony fretboard. has an amazing finish, string through construction with locking tuners and stock seymore duncan blackouts. If you are trying to do a direct comparison to emg's thats great, just make sure you do so on a non-trem emg equiped guitar. The springs tend to vibrate the pickups giving a dirtier sound. Both are awesome p-ups tho
I can't express how much I like this guitar. The active Blackouts have great bottom end. Definitely a keeper. Great for metal low tuning as everyone has already said. Drop C tuning with skinny top heavy bottom strings and you are off to the races.