• Solo-II SLS Elite Evil Twin

Satin Black

SKU #1338
$1,849.00 $1,299.00

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Specs

General

Model Name
Solo-II SLS Elite Evil Twin
Item Number
1338
Guitar Color Shown
Satin Black

Neck

Tuners
Schecter Locking
Fretboard Material
Ebony
Neck Material
Maple/Walnut/Padauk Multi-ply w/ Carbon Fiber Reinforcement Rods
Inlays
Roman Numerals
Side Dot Markers
Luminlay with Black Circle
Scale
24.75" (628 MM)
Neck Shape
Ultra Thin "C"
Thickness
1st Fret- .748" (19MM), 12th Fret- .787" (20MM)
Frets
24 X-Jumbo Stainless Steel
Fretboard Radius
12"-16" Compound Radius
Nut
Ernie Ball Compensated Nut
Nut Width
1.643" (42MM)
Truss Rod
2-Way Adjustable Rod w/ Heel Access Spoke Wheel

Body

Guitar Colors
Satin Black
Hardware Color
Black
Top Contour
Arched Top
Dexterity
Right Handed
Construction
Neck-Thru w/Ultra Access
Body Material
Swamp Ash
Binding
Ivory 1-ply
Bridge
TonePros T3BT Tune-O-Matic w/T1Z Tailpiece

Electronics

Controls
Bridge Volume (Push-Pull)/ Neck Volume (Push-Pull)/ Tone/ 3-Way Switch
Bridge Pickup
Fishman Fluence Modern (Ceramic Magnet) Humbucker
Neck Pickup
Fishman Fluence Modern (Alnico Magnet) Humbucker
Battery Compartment
9-volt Clip-in Battery Compartment

Accessories

Knobs
Metal Knurled w/ Set Screw
Strings
Ernie Ball Regular Slinky #2221 (.010-.046)
Case
1672 SGR-Solo-II Hardcase
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Reviews

Almost perfect

It has every single spec I ask for in a guitar... except an evertune bridge. I wish it had one, because I would buy it instantly

Longer scale, PLEASE!!!!

I desperately wish this was longer scale. Aesthetically it’s an absolutely beautiful guitar, very well done to the designer, but 24.75 and 24.. I ain’t fitting my fingers between the frets too far past the 12th. If you’re willing to do a custom, please let me know.

Just buy it, it's rad

This guitar plays and sounds amazing. The tones you can create, the playability of the neck, the fit, finish, and feel are rivaled with guitars that cost 4 times as much. Schecter nailed it with this one.

The Solo II Is Almost a Super LP

I’ve had Schecter guitars including a Solo II Blackjack and have found them to be excellent quality. Compared to my 2013 ESP Eclipse from Japan, this Solo II is darn close for half the cost. The neck-thru construction is beautiful. The Fluence Modern pups are not EMG 81/60s but are interesting.
<br>I noticed a run in the black finish on the top near the bridge pickup. The 9-volt battery for the pups was dead/low and the sound was like a boost pedal. I swapped the battery, and the tone was good.
<br>The guitar I received was less than I expected from Schecter. I’m happy with it and have no problems that would cause me to return it or regret my purchase. I will end up loving this guitar and playing it for hours. It is unlikely you will see a better guitar at the price. It would be more accurate to say I will give it 9 out of ten.