The Schecter Blackjack SLS C1 S Sustainiac Left Handed Electric Guitar
offers incredible features that will add a whole new dimension to your playing. The combination of a hot Seymour Duncan Full Shred SH-10 pickup in the bridge and the Sustainiac driver/pickup in the neck for infinite feedback sustain gives the lefty Blackjack SLS C1 S incredible versatility and beefy tone.
Schecter Blackjack SLS C1 S Sustainiac Lefty Electric Guitar Features
- Full Shred bridge pickup gives fat and chunky tone
- Sustainiac System offers infinite sustain when activated
- 3 piece, satin finished maple neck with an Ultra Thin profile for lightning fast action
- Schecter Locking tuners
- Mother of Pearl 'Hell's Gate Skull' inlay at the 12th fret
Full Shred: Double rows of Allen screw pole pieces help fine tune the high end, leaving a tone that's fat and chunky, yet perfectly defined for speed riffs. Gives tonal control in high-gain situation.
Sustainiac: This Driver/Pickup produces beautiful Humbucker tones when Sustain switch is off, and works as the Sustainiac Driver when switched On. The Sustainiac Driver creates an infinite feedback sustain of string vibrations by electromagnetic feedback.
3 Piece Maple Neck
The lefty handed Schecter Blackjack SLS C1 S’s neck is made with 3 pieces of maple for extra stability. 3 piece necks can withstand the test of time. Where standard necks may show aging defects from temperature and moisture changes throughout the years, the 3 piece neck will stay nice and straight for a lifetime of playability.
Satin Finish Neck with Ultra Thin Profile
The lefty SLS C1 S guitar features a Satin finish neck for lightning fast playing above and below the 12th fret, a Ultra Thin neck profile (19mm at 1st fret/ 20mm at 12th fret), and Ultra Access neck joint shape for easier access to the last frets.
The 'Secret Weapon' for controlled feedback and infinite sustain. First, the pickup signal is processed by the Sustainiac circuit, and then connected to the Sustainiac Driver. The Driver turns the amplified note into vibrational energy. This vibrational energy is then fed back into the strings for infinite sustain. This string vibration is similar to playing in front of a loud amp.