Schecter PT Special

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  1. LOSTVENTURE

    LOSTVENTURE Tele-Afflicted

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    I just stumbled on this model and I'm wondering if anyone here has tried one yet?
     
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    I had one a few years ago.
    They’re perfectly good guitars.
     
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    Thanks Brookdalebill. My only experience with Schecter was a 7 string that I got for my son some time ago. While I did not spend a lot of time on it (still trying to figure out 6 strings), it did seem like a decent buy for the money. I don't remember the country of origin and I'm hoping that it looks as nice as does in the ads.
     
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    SixStringSlinger Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    Schecter makes some pretty good guitars. They tend to fly under the radar, especially with people who only know their metal/shred-oriented guitars, but they make some cool retro-inspired designs, too.
     
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    The PT Special is essentially a Tele with a P90 at the bridge, something similar to the Aerodyne Tele availble back in the 2000's. I'm still trying to talk myself into it. $599 seems reasonable enough.
     
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