IT SEEMS LIKE EVERY NAMM SHOW
Schecter Guitars has a bigger, badder booth
with more hip new models, more star
endorsees, and bigger crowds clogging the
aisles. This year was no different, as even
more players flocked to Schecter to check
out the cool designs and top-notch build
quality that the company is known for. We
at GP were psyched when these four guitars
arrived. We checked them out through
an Orange Tiny Terror, a Marshall JMD:1
atop an Old Dog X-Cab 4x12, a Blackstar
HT Studio 20, a Fryette Sig: X, and a Randall
Lynch Box with Super V and Mr. Scary
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