T S/H-1 Classic

Vintage Natural Burst (VNB)

SKU #178

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Specs

General

Model Name
T S/H-1 Classic
Item Number
178
Country of Origin
South Korea
Guitar Color Shown
Vintage Natural Burst (VNB)

Neck

Tuners
Grover
Fretboard
Rosewood
Neck Material
Maple 3-pc
Inlays
MOP Blocks
Scale
24.75” (628mm)
Neck Shape
Soft ‘V’
Thickness
@ 1st Fret- .787” (20mm)/ @ 12th Fret- .866” (22mm)
Frets
22 X-Jumbo
Fretboard Radius
14” (355mm)
Nut
Graph Tech XL Ivory Tusq
Nut Width
1.653” (42mm)
Truss Rod
2-Way Adjustable Rod w/ 5/32” (4mm) Allen Nut

Body

Guitar Colors
Vintage Natural Burst (VNB)
Hardware Color
Chrome
Top Contour
Flat Top
Dexterity
Right Handed
Construction
Set-Neck
Body Material
Maple
Top Material
Flamed Maple
Binding
Creme 1-ply
Bridge
TonePros T3BT w/ Schecter Vintage ‘S’ Tailpiece

Electronics

Controls
2 Volume/2 Tone/3-Way Switch/2-Way Coil Split Switch
Bridge Pickup
Schecter Diamond Tubebucker
Neck Pickup
Schecter Diamond Tubebucker

Accessories

Knobs
Metal Knurled w/ Set Screw
Strings
Ernie Ball Regular Slinky #2221 (.010-.046)
Case
SGR-14TSH "Case Sold Separately"

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Tuesday, 24 July 2018

This thing is one of SGR's best kept secrets, so good that when I called them asking for info on the pickups, even they couldn't tell me! Not to mention there's like 3 videos on YouTube about it. In any case, I love my TSH 1 classic. It's well built and comes with hardware you'd have to Bay a lot more to get on some better known brands. The biggest question I imagine people have is: what DO those pickups sound like? In my humble opinion, it sounds like a cross between a Rickenbacker 330 and a Fender Jaguar. Not a bad place to be. Clean tones are glorious, though things tend to get muddy when you get into mid-high gain territory. Mid gain soloing on the neck pickup has some lovely smokey tones, on both single coil and humbucker mode. What, WHAT?! YES, COIL SPLITTING. And it sounds great in both modes, unlike so many coil splitting/tapping gimmicks on other guitars. Seriously, there is so much versatility in this guitar. I highly recommend it. I wish Schecter would too.

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