Schecter's Mustang model
I bought this Schecter mustang model as a sub guitar around spring 2010. I don't remember the purchase price, but I don't think I paid 100,000 for it.
I believe it was a limited production run of 9 of each color. It might be hard to get one now.
It was a semi-impulse purchase, but the scale is a medium scale unlike the original, and together with the main 24" scale, I often felt it was hard to play when I changed it quickly, so I didn't play it much.
Then, at the end of 2012, I bought a Modern Player Jaguar and left the frontline because I felt more comfortable with that one. I'm thinking of giving it up soon, so I thought I'd post it here before I do that.
Thanks for about 3 years, even though I didn't get a lot of action and it was short-lived.
I let go of it today. I wrote down the serial number so that I might be deeply moved if I meet him again at a second-hand shop in the future.
Before and after 2010?
The sound is quite guttural, contrary to its appearance. It's hard, but the lows are also very low. I guess because the pickups are SSL-2. It sounds more like a Telecass than a Mustang.
¥126,000 (fixed price)
|type of gear|
Fender Mustang type
24 3/4 in.
Seymour Duncan SSL-2
1 volume, 1 tone