Schecter Guitars

Schecter have made a name for themselves as metal guitar specialists - but there's more to their range than you might think!

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Schecter Guitars

When you're in the guitar manufacture business for over 40 years, chances are you get a pretty good idea of what guitarists actually want. That's exactly where Schecter strike gold; originally a customisation and guitar parts manufacturer, they branched out into building exclusive guitars in 1979.

As they say, the rest is history - nowadays they produce a huge range of guitars, many of which are geared towards modern metal players. These formidable instruments feature high-output pickups, fast necks, extended ranges and ominous designs, and are played by the likes of Synyster Gates (Avenged Sevenfold), Dan Donegan (Disturbed), Jeff Loomis (Arch Enemy) and countless others!

As well as this, they offer high-performance strat-style guitars, semi-hollow models, extended-range basses and even some acoustics! We have a number of models on display in our Guildford store, but check out our full Schecter selection below!

Schecter Guitars FAQs

Where are Schecter guitars made?

Custom Shop models are made in the USA; mid range models are manufactured in South Korea; cheaper variants are produced in China and South East Asia.

Who plays Schecter guitars?

Notable guitarists playing Schecter guitars include Synyster Gates (Avenged Sevenfold), Dan Donegan (Disturbed), Nick Bockrath (Cage the Elephant), Robin Finck (Nine Inch Nails) and Zakk Wylde.

Are Schecter guitars good for metal?

Yes. The brand made a name for themselves as metal guitar specialists, with the majority of their offering aimed at modern day metal players. However, their range caters to other areas and genres too, with semi-hollow instruments, strat-style models, acoustics and even extended-range basses.

What is the Schecter Diamond Series?

The Schecter Diamond Series is made up of all of the brands' mass produced, non-custom models. Many of the guitars found here share common design features.