Schecter PT Elite
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Schecter PT Elite

PT Elite, Chitarra Corpo tipo Telecaster from Schecter in the PT series.

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VishNuRoXoUt 08/05/2011

Schecter PT Elite : Recensione di VishNuRoXoUt (content in English)

"Fantastic guitar, one of my favourites!"
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The Schecter PT-Elite is a Korean made guitar, but don't let that fool you. This thing is constructed with quality in mind. It has 22 frets, a string-through body with a hardtail bridge, bolt-on neck and gold hardware. It comes stock with Duncan Designed humbuckers, but mine has been equipped with a Seymour Duncan Silverbird and a Phat Cat P90. It has one volume and one tone knob with a standard 3-way pickup selector and Grover tuners. The neck and body is equipped with a nice creme binding and a quilt top on it's incredible mahogany body, making the guitar look like a much more expensive guitar. The finish is really nice, it sort of has a nice spalted maple under the quilt. I have never seen a finish quite like this one. Beautiful guitar.

UTILIZATION

With it's telecaster shape the upper frets are very reachable. The guitar is not too heavy, but not a feather. Very nice weight. The neck is on the thin side and very comfortable. It's very easy to get a nice sound out of this guitar with it's nice mahogany body. Very nice comfortable guitar.

SOUNDS

I use this guitar with a fender blues deville and a mesa dual rec occasionally. It's a very great guitar for any style. It can shred as well as play very thick sounding rhythm. I use it mostly for post-hardcore and ambient/post-rock music. It suits those styles very well. Very balanced guitar.

OVERALL OPINION

I got this guitar for a steal, but it is definitely at a great value new, though it is discontinued. I've owned many guitars over the years and this is one of the few that I cannot bring myself to get rid of. Very, very incredible guitar. Beats most guitars I've played at it's price range. I would hope nothing ever will happen to this guitar, it would be pretty hard to replace. Very, very great instrument.