• Aaron Marshall AM-7

Cobalt Slate

SKU #2941
$2,069.00 $1,449.00
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Model Name
Aaron Marshall AM-7
Item Number


Hipshot Grip-Lock
Fretboard Material
Macassar Ebony
Neck Material
Aluminum Offset/Reverse Circles
Side Dot Markers
Super Blue Luminlay
26.5" (673MM)
Neck Shape
Thin "C"
1st Fret- .787" (20MM), 12th Fret- .866" (22MM)
24 X-Jumbo Stainless Steel
Fretboard Radius
16" (406MM)
Graph Tech XL Black Tusq
Nut Width
1.889" (48MM)
Truss Rod
2-Way Adjustable Rod w/ Heel Access Spoke Wheel


Hardware Color
Top Contour
Arched Top
Right Handed
Body Material
Hipshot 7-String Fixed Bridge


Volume/Tone/5-Way Switch
Bridge Pickup
Schecter USA Solstice
Neck Pickup
Schecter USA Equinox


Chrome Metal O-Ring
Ernie Ball 7-String (.009/.011/.016/.026/.036/.046/.062)

Product Videos


Absolutely insane guitar

Got this guitar today and oh boy does it do everything from djenting Misha Mansoor style djents to ZZ Top cleans and everything in between. Neck feels sturdy and havent yet managed to break it. Tuning wise it holds tunes very well, spectacular instrument I might add and also the playability is something not to be joking around

Great guitar but need some tweak.

I just this guitar yesterday. It is a great guitar but I found a little bit problem .
<br>1.allan wrench that come with for adjust the saddle it’s not the right size.
<br>2. The nut on B string it cut a liltle bit narrow that make B string it’s out of tune and other than that It’s a great guitar

Great versatile guitar

Got this guitar last week and man is it awesome. Using it in a metalcore band where I use very heavy djenty tones to really clean tones and it does everything I ever need it to and more! Great bang for your buck, also its just really nice looking!

I wanted to love this so badly

Gorgeous guitar. The blue is much richer than a lot of online photos show, and I loved it. Aesthetically a 10/10. Fit and finish was not great for a $1500 guitar. It wasn't terrible overall, but it's not acceptable for a guitar with this price tag. Tool marks on the sides of the fretboard, protruding/sharp fret ends, and binding on a few fret ends. I got my Demon 6 for $350, and it came from Indonesia just like the AM7. There is no excuse for those fit and finish issues on a guitar 3x more expensive from the same factory. The real reason I sent the guitar back though was the monster 2-inch-long crack on the neck joint just below where the neck and body first touch. I thought it was shipping damage, but the box it came in was in immaculate condition. It almost looks like it could have also been from an over tightening of the neck bolts? I hope not, because that makes me think Schecter QC is slipping. I'm contemplating reordering this but I'm feeling very hesitant about it.

Almost perfect

Great playability out of the box. The nut wasn't slotted well for the lowest string but its ok I fixed it, I had to replace the volume pot because it was crackling, other than those minor tweaks its great, one thing to note was that there is some neck dive which isn't an issue but you should know before buying.