Schecter Hellraiser C-1

(1 customer review)

$764.99

Unleash your inner metalhead with the Schecter Hellraiser C-1, a high-performance electric guitar with a classic design and modern sound.

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Description

The Schecter Hellraiser C-1 electric guitar is a beast of an instrument that has been designed with one thing in mind – to unleash the power of heavy metal. It is a top-of-the-line guitar that is packed with features that make it one of the most versatile and adaptable guitars out there.

The Hellraiser C-1 is a solid-body instrument that is crafted with a mahogany body that gives it both the weight and the sustain that is necessary for playing heavy distortion. It has a set-neck construction that provides excellent stability to the neck and also offers more sustain.

The guitar comes with a 3-piece mahogany neck that has a thin C shape that offers a comfortable grip and easy reach to the higher frets. It has a rosewood fretboard that is adorned with 24 X-jumbo frets, making it easier to play without any fret buzz.

The Hellraiser C-1 comes equipped with two powerful EMG active pickups – an EMG 81 at the bridge and an EMG 85 at the neck. These pickups are known for their high output and clarity, making them perfect for playing metal and hard rock.

The guitar features a locking tremolo system that allows for smooth vibrato and dive-bombing effects. The use of the locking tremolo ensures that the guitar stays in tune even when you use the tremolo to its full extent.

This guitar also features a unique set of inlays that are inspired by ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs. It has the symbol of Ankh inlaid at the 12th, 24th, and the headstock of the guitar, which enhances its visual appeal.

The Hellraiser C-1 comes in a sleek black finish with chrome hardware, giving it a classic look that is hard to ignore. Other features include Grover tuning machines, 2-way truss rod, and a GraphTech Tusq nut.

Overall, the Schecter Hellraiser C-1 is a guitar that is built for metalheads and shredders who want an instrument that can handle even the heaviest riffs and solos. With its powerful pickups, locking tremolo, and a solid mahogany body, the Hellraiser C-1 is designed to shred.

Schecter Hellraiser C-1 properties

Product name Hellraiser C-1
Brand Schecter
Type String Instruments
String Instruments Electric Guitar
Built-in Microphone Yes
Size 4/4

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Built-in Microphone

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1 review for Schecter Hellraiser C-1

  1. Wonek

    The product does not knock you down. Due to its price, it should sound better. For not much more, you can buy a taller model that is much better. The drivers hum, their sound is muffled. I believe that if someone buys a guitar at this price, it is better to look at used guitars.

    And in my opinion, this guitar is shit. It is a product under the Schecter license but made in a plywood furniture machine. The stick-on bar and poor quality of pick-ups make it a very poor equipment and may discourage beginners. You can really find something much better for this price.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

What are the recommended guitar strings and tuning for my Schecter Hellraise C-1 electric guitar?

The Schecter Hellraiser C-1 Electric Guitar comes with D'Addario EXL110 Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings (.010-.046) preinstalled, which are a popular choice for many players. These strings offer a great balance of tone and playability, and are suitable for a wide range of genres.

As for tuning, the standard tuning for an electric guitar is E-A-D-G-B-E. This means that each string should be tuned to the following notes:

1. The thickest (low E) string should be tuned to E3 (65.41 Hz).
2. The second-thickest string should be tuned to A3 (110 Hz).
3. The third string should be tuned to D4 (293.7 Hz).
4. The fourth string should be tuned to G4 (392 Hz).
5. The fifth string should be tuned to B3 (493.9 Hz).
6. The thinnest (high E) string should be tuned to E5 (824.1 Hz).

Remember that the tension on the strings may slightly differ depending on your specific guitar model, so it's always a good idea to double-check the tuning using a tuner or an electronic tuner app if available. Happy playing!