Schecter CS Masterworks Tele PT Replica Nashville FMSBT
Schecter electric guitar, Masterworks Tele PT Replica Nashville model, FMSBT finish. Skull body, figured maple top, maple neck, maple fingerboard, Duncan SM-1 and Schecter VS-1 and VM-1 pickups.
Body: swamp ash, table in figured maple
Neck: maple, C-profile
Fingerboard: maple, 14" radius
Pickups: Duncan SM-1, Schecter VS-1, Schecter VT-1
Bridge: Schecter Vintage
Tuners: Schecter Self-locking
Electronics: 3-way pickups selector switch, master volume, master tone (push/pull)
- Schecter CS Masterworks Tele PT Replica Nashville FMSBT
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Founded in the mid-70s, Schecter first established itself as an aftermarket parts manufacturer, specializing in parts for Fender guitars. Building on its success, the brand then began producing high-end guitars: its specialty are Custom models, built for players like Mark Knopfler, Pete Townsend, Keith Merrow or Michael Anthony. Schecter WAS owned by the owner of the GIT (Guitar Institute of Technology) at one point during its existence, but IT is now under Japanese management. For over 20 years, the brand has now cultivated know-how and attention to detail in the creation of modern-type guitars. It sports two main ranges: a "made in USA" Custom Shop, which equips professionals today, and a "made in Asia" range, whose designs and manufacturing quality convince a growing number of guitarists in all styles.
When a Tele has a "Nashville" label, it usually means it can do anything. Nashville is a place where you meet a lot of session musicians, and what they need is a guitar that sounds good in all styles, that is comfortable to play, and that is reliable in the studio and on stage.
This one is just exceptional. It's the top of the line from the Schecter Custom Shop, and it shows: the figured maple top is beautiful and reveals a splendid pattern. The gold hardware and the choice of a maple fingerboard perfectly compliment the sunburst. The lutherie is superb: notches in the back make it a very comfortable guitar to hold, and the sculpting at the heel increases the access to the higher range. The neck has a profile between modern and vintage that quickly gets familiar.
The pickup configuration is made to open up the widest possible tone range. On the neck, a Duncan SM-1 mini-humbucker delivers a true vintage sound, with a bluesy heavy rock voicing with grate articulation. The two Schecter single-coils provide harmonics and mids for all biting riffs or smooth leads. The elegance of this Tele is akin to that of a rockstar: offbeat and perfect at the same time.
2 years warranty from our workshop.