Schecter Special Edition Synyster Gates Custom S Electric Guitar
The Schecter Special Edition Synyster Gates Custom S Electric Guitar is one of the most head-turning guitar Schecter has to offer and has features that will give you huge performance possibilities you’ve never had before! This limited edition Synyster Gates Custom S features a Sustainiac driver pickup that provides both conventional humbucking tones as well as infinite feedback sustain for a whole new palette of possible tones.
Schecter Special Edition Synyster Gates Custom S Electric Guitar Features
Seymour Duncan Invader/Sustainiac Pickups
- Grover Rotomatics with 18:1 gear ratio for finer tuning and greater stability
- Ebony fingerboard for a biting tone
- Seymour Duncan Invader/ Sustainiac Pickups
- 3-Piece Mahogany Neck for a lifetime of playability
- Sustainiac Functions for controlled feedback and infinite sustain
- Sustainiac Mini Switches - On/Off and Normal/Mix/Harmonic Mini Switch Functions
Designed for the heaviest tones a passive pickup can produce. A combination of three ceramic magnets, over-wound coils and twelve cap screws make the Invader an electrifying force of energy.
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.
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.
On/Off and Normal/Mix/Harmonic Mini Switch Functions
On/Off Switch: This turns on/off the Sustainiac driver. Normal/Mix/Harmonic Switch: Normal Mode- String vibration will continue to ring natural fundamental note. Mix Mode- Some frets yield fundamentals, while others yield harmonics. Notes below the 12th fret will mostly morph into 2nd or 3rd harmonics. Harmonic Mode- Sustained notes morph into a high 5th or 7th harmonic vibration.