Press Release: Schecter Guitar Research adds the Dream Machine-II to the USA Production Line for the 2015 Winter NAMM Show, which will be showcased in Schecter’s upstairs Room 210-D. Featuring: a choice of a Walnut or Black Limba body, Contoured 4-bolt figured Bird’s Eye Maple neck with dual graphite reinforcement rods, Pau Ferro fingerboard, 22 Jescar Stainless Steel Frets, and a Schecter 6-Point Vintage Trem. The Dream Machine-II is offered in a S/S/S or H/S/S pick-up configuration and is loaded with Schecter’s handmade USA Monstertone pick-ups (S/S/S) or Schecter USA Supercharger Mach-6/Monstertone pick-ups (H/S/S). The Dream Machine-II is the ultimate “throwback” to yesteryear. A modern take on Schecter’s original California Custom Guitar!
CHOICE OF WALNUT or BLACK LIMBA
CONTOURED 4-BOLT FIGURED BIRD’S EYE MAPLE NECK with DUAL GRAPHITE REINFOREMCENT RODS
PAU FERRO FINGERBOARD 14” RADIUS
22 JESCAR STAINLESS STEEL FRETS (6100 EQUIVALENT)
.25” VINTAGE PEARL DOTS
GRAPH VINTAGE WHITE TUSQ NUT 1.65” NUT WIDTH
SCHECTER 6-POINT VINTAGE TREM SCHECTER/HIPSHOT STAGGERED LOCKING TUNERS S/S/S or H/S/S PICKUP CONFIGURATION
S/S/S: SCHECTER MONSTERTONE (3)
H/S/S: SCHECTER SUPERCHARCHER MACH-6 / MONSTERTONE (2) BLACK INDUSTRIAL POWDER-COATED ALUNIMUN PICKGUARD MASTER VOLUME, MASTER TONE
S/S/S: THREE MINI TOGGLES – SERIES / OFF / TAP H/S/S: FIVE WAY SLIDER, TONE (PULL TO TAP)
.80 1st FRET – .83 12TH FRET
SCHECTER CUSTOM ‘C’ SHAPE WITH VINTAGE SATIN FINISH
AVAILABLE FINISH: NATURAL SATIN
About Schecter Guitar Research:
As Schecter Guitar Research moves into its 39th year in business as one of the world’s premier guitar companies; while continually evolving and expanding; Schechter’s line of guitars and basses continue to appeal to a broad spectrum of players. Its core business practice offers high- quality instruments at an affordable price. Schecter is always adding to a very strong roster of high-profile artists including: Nikki Sixx, Disturbed, Avenged Sevenfold, The Cure, Papa Roach, Seether, In This Moment, and Black Label Society. For more info, log on to: www.schecterguitars.com.