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Corsair Semi-Hollow Joins Schecter's 2005 Guitar Lineup

Schecter Guitar Research has announced that they will expand their Semi Hollow line of Diamond Series electrics with the unveiling of the Corsair at Winter NAMM...

January 14, 2005

Schecter Guitar Research has announced that they will expand their Semi Hollow line of Diamond Series electrics with the unveiling of the Corsair at Winter NAMM.

The bound Maple double cutaway body features dual 'F' Holes and a Set-In 3pc Mahogany neck. The 24 3/4" scale rosewood fingerboard is also bound and is outfitted with 22 medium stainless frets.

An original Bigsby tremolo and two Duncan Designed HB-101 vintage humbuckers add to the Corsair's old school voice and vibe.

Other features include Grover tuners and Push/Pull Tone controls; allowing the Duncan humbuckers to be individually 'tapped', to emulate a single coil,enhancing the Corsair's tonal array.

The Corsair is available in Gloss Black and Tobacco Sunburst.

MSRP: $949.00

For more information, visit their web site at www.schecterguitars.com

By our press release coordinator Monday March 7, 2005