The Schecter C1 EX Baritone Black Jack model is armed with the classic Seymour Duncan JB and '59 pickup configuration, which can be tapped via a push/pull tone control or a 5-way Mega Switch.
Additional features include a rock maple neck set into an arched mahogany body, a rosewood fretboard, with black pearl dot position markers, high-quality Grover tuning machines, and a TonePros locking Tune-O-Matic bridge. The Black Jacks all have a very cool gloss black finish and black chrome hardware, and are available in some of Schecters most popular body styles.
The TONEPROs Bridge
The TONEPROS Bridge features a couple of nearly invisible setscrews that simply lock the bridge to the mounting posts. The idea is simple, but the benefits are exponential! Solidify your bridge in place like stone, and it will never fall off again! No more worrying about scratching the face of your guitar or readjusting the intonation and action after a simple cleaning or changing of strings. Your guitar will sustain and play in tune like never before. Because this bridge is solidly in place, your intonation will be much more accurate, and stay that way!
Where are Schecter guitars and basses made?
Diamond Series guitars and basses are manufactured in South Korea, and 100% set up in the USA, in Schecter's Burbank, CA facility.
What brand & gauge strings are used on the Diamond Series?
All Diamond Series 6-Strings come factory strung with GHS Nickel Wounds. (10/13/17/26/36/46). Schecter Basses also use GHS Nickel strings (.45/.65/.85/.105) 5-String Basses add a .125 for the low 'B'. Schecter 7-String guitars electrics use a .056 as the low 'B'.