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Schecter Guitar Research C-7 Multi-Scale Silver Mountain 7-String Electric Guitar Standard


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Annihilate stages with the premium hardware of a Schecter guitar.

Take your sound to new heights on the C-7 Multiscale Silver Mountain 7-string electric guitar from Schecter Guitar Research. Meticulously crafted to excel in the realm of high-output metal, the C-7 Multiscale Silver Mountain is a formidable guitar regardless of genre. The mahogany body, chosen for its tried-and-true tonal pedigree, paired with a 3-piece carbon-fiber-reinforced thin-C mahogany neck results in serious sustain with powerful low-end response, while the 16” radius, 27”-25.5” scale-length ebony fretboard is embedded with 24 X-jumbo stainless steel frets to serve as a stalwart foundation for even the most chaotic fretwork.

Coming factory-equipped to annihilate stages with premium hardware, including a Hipshot Multiscale bridge, Schecter locking tuners, graphite nut and push-pull coil split, this instrument also serves as the debut vehicle for their Schecter USA Sonic Seducer pickups: ceramic-8 beasts crafted to deliver earth-quaking output while still offering exquisite clarity and broad-spectrum tone.

Added small details such as luminlay side-dot markers and 1-ply binding are thoughtful complements to round out this impressive instrument.


  • 3-piece mahogany deep insert neck
  • Thin C-shaped neck
  • 24 X-jumbo SS frets
  • Luminlay side-dot
  • 16" radius ebony fingerboard
  • Dual carbon fiber reinforcement
  • 25.5"–27" scale
  • Silver polycarbonate "lines" inlay
  • Mahogany body
  • 1-ply black binding
  • Black hardware
  • Hipshot Multiscale bridge
  • Schecter USA Sonic Seducer pickups
  • Shecter locking tuners
  • Graphite nut

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