Boasting 24 stainless steel frets on an ebony fretboard and a pair of humbucking pickups, the Schecter C-7 Apocalypse solidbody electric guitar is ready to rock.A duo of Apocalypse humbuckers yield aggressive tone by the truckload with plenty of richness and harmonic content.Based on this pattern, the SDRUM supplies a professional sounding drum beat with different embellishments and variations to perfectly complement your beat.Gone are the days of having your creative flow disrupted by searching through lists in a frustrating attempt to find the beat you want.A Push/Pull tone control provides access to sweet single-coil tones.And with a fast-playing neck, the ultra-solid tuning stability of the hardtail bridge, you've got a versatile metal machine in the Schecter C-7 Apocalypse.The American Vintage '56 Stratocaster takes you straight back to mid-1956, when the model was still new and when what is quite possibly the most prized and popular neck ever affixed to the instrument first appeared-a thick one-piece maple neck with a soft "V" shape, comfortably rounded edges and a then-new butterfly string tree on the headstock.Such meticulous authenticity even extends to the single-ply white pickguard with eight holes, lightweight alder body (ash on white blonde) with deep contours, and vintage-accurate pickups (alnico 3 pickups debuted in 1956), bridge saddles, tuner spacing and more.
) dip-switches mounted to the top side of the pedal.
Additionally, a second extension speaker jack allows you to run an extra 16-ohm cabinet along with the internal speakers for a fuller sound.
Long known for excellence in amplifiers, Vox once again steps forward with their new ADT120VT.
In creating the Valvetronix modeling amps, their goal was clear: design a versatile amp line that sounds and feels great.
Marrying the tube technology that made Vox famous with breakthrough digital modeling technology from Korg results in a completely new kind of modeling amp - one that not only recreates the sound, but actually changes itself to model each and every power amp on its list. Vox (naturally), Fender, Marshall, Boogie and more.