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For close to 40 years, Schecter Guitar Research has had a reputation as one of the truly elite names in the music industry. They've maintained this reputation by constantly evolving their line of guitars to get them into the hands of performers from all walks of life. If you're looking for a guitar that is versatile enough to handle any playing style, it's time to get your hands on an SGR guitar.
SGR has produced the guitars of choice for a seriously impressive lineup of musicians over the years. Artists such as Prince, Cheap Trick's Robin Zander, East Bay Ray of the Dead Kennedys, Filter's Richard Patrick, GWAR's Balsac the Jaws o' Death, The Cure's Robert Smith, and more all swear by their Schecter guitars. With names like that repping SGR, it makes complete sense that you'd want one to call your own.
So that begs the question, which SGR guitar is perfect for you? As you can imagine, that's going to come down to personal preference. If you're not entirely sure where to begin your search, you may want to have a look at our best sellers. The Hellraiser C-1 FR Electric Guitar, for example, is sure to have you tearing it up on any stage. This guitar is highlighted by its Floyd Rose Original tremolo system and active EMG 81TW and 89 pickups that deliver searing tone. If you're a player who is ready to really rock out, this is the guitar for you.
Of course, if you're looking to churn out riff after riff, the Hellraiser C-7 FR 7-String Electric Guitar will be right up your alley. This seven string unleashes its slaying tone thanks, in part, to its EMG 707-TW active humbuckers with coil-splitting. Its Floyd Rose Original tremolo bridge with a locking nut will have you dive bombing into fiery solos in no time. No doubt about it, a guitar like this is an absolute powerhouse.
And these are only two of the SGR guitars available to you here. With instruments that will have amateurs and professionals alike ready to roll, SGR has become the go to name for players all around the world.