New models come with three-piece maple necks and the company's increasingly popular Ultra Access neck join.
The first of Schecter's new Blackjack SLS guitars are on their way to Westside Distribution's Glasgow HQ.
The SLS range gives users plenty of options, such as stop tail or Floyd Rose, Seymour Duncan passive (Full Shred and Jazz) or active Blackout pickups, which offer 12dB to 14dB less noise, various colours – Crimson Red Burst (CRB), Satin Black (SBK) and See-Thru Blue Burst (STBB) – multiple body shapes, flamed maple or regular mahogany bodies and a choice of six to eight strings.
These models also feature a thinner (45mm) arched top body, three-piece maple necks, a 'Hell's Gate Skull' mother of pearl inlay and Schecter's increasingly popular Ultra Access neck join. Schecter's Locking Tuners consist of a locking screw pin to hold the stringed in place for greater tuning stability.
Prices start at £799 (active or passive), while the Floyd Rose versions retail at £899.