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PROJECT Schecter Omen Extreme-6 (040)

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Physical Condition
This guitar is in good condition for its age, but has been played and shows some wear. It also needs a little work to be at 100% gig ready condition (See 'Electronics' sections for more info) which is why it's being sold as a project. To start off, this guitar is in good physical condition, but the back of the neck and headstock seems to have been refinished at some point. There are a handful of light dents and dings here and there, as well as some odd spots that seem like the finish was damaged by a guitar stand. The finishing job wasn't professionally done, but the neck feels good overall. There are some mismatched tuning keys, some missing screws in the tuners, pickup rings, and cavity cover. The body has some light scratches and scuffs in various places, but the worst is a large dent by the control cavity on the back, and few long scratches on the top of the body at the edge near the input jack. The hardware shows some tarnishing, and there is some dust buildup in the nooks and crannies as well that could use a quick cleanup. Otherwise, this guitar in solid condition and with some elbow grease and TLC, it'll make a great player!

This guitar has some light wear on the first few frets but plays great. The frets and fingerboard could use a quick cleanup during the next restring.

This guitar has medium-low action and plays great, but may require a quick setup to your liking.

This guitar has some electronic modifications; the second volume control, the tone control, and the pickup selector, and neck pickup are all unhooked with some wires clipped and taped off. The main volume control was replaced by a Seymour Duncan Liberator. The Liberator may need replaced; the pot operates as it should, but there's a noticeable click when the pot is turned down roughly 1/3 of the way down. This guitar would benefit from a complete rewire to utilize the original control layout. 

No case or gig bag included!


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