Schecter Guitar Research proudly announces the addition of the new Keith Merrow KM-6 signature 6 string guitar model. It will be showcased for the first time in a new edition of Schecter Guitars’ ‘Conquering Rifftopia’ webisode IV on www.schecterguitars.com. Building on the massive success of the prior Keith Merrow 2014 Signature 7 string model, Schecter Guitar Research has decided to respond to the enormous popular demand by producing and releasing a new 6 string version of the much acclaimed KM-7.
“The KM-7 turned out to be the perfect guitar for what I do. It just made sense that we also make it available as a 6-string!” Keith Merrow. The new KM-6 retains the same powerful tone and imposing yet simple looks that were popularized by its 7-string counterpart. This model also features the all new Blackened Black Winter Pickups, made by Seymour Duncan exclusively for Schecter Guitars. Straightforward and to the point, with a hipshot 6-hard tail bridge, a single push-pull volume knob and a 3 way toggle switch, the KM-6 needs nothing more to prove it is the ultimate shredding machine.
About the Schecter KM-6:
Pickups: Schecter Exclusive Seymour Duncan ‘Blackened Black Winter’ Pickups
Body: Swamp Ash
Colors: Satin Trans White or Satin Trans Black w/ Satin Black Back
Construction: Set Neck
Neck: 3 piece maple with carbon Fiber Rods
Neck Shape: Ultra-Thin "C"
Fingerboard: Black Ebony
Nut: Graph Tech Black Tusq
Frets: 24 Stainless Steel X-Jumbo
Inlays: White Offset Dots & Lower Offset Dots 15-24
Binding: WHT/NLK/WHT/BLK/WHT/BLK 7-PLY
Electronics: Volume (Push Pull) / 3-Way Toggle
Bridge: Hipshot 6 String Hard Tail
Tuners: Schecter Locking
Knobs: 1 Metal Dome with Set Screw
Left-Hand Availability: Yes
Hampered by ill health, but never ones to retire shyly, The Who continue celebrating their 50th anniversary as they contemplate retirement.
Guitar Planet grades the creative comebacks from three iconic artists who are attempting to give 2015 a much-needed injection of impetus.
Guitar Planet takes on new albums by southern stars Blackberry Smoke, nu-metal icons Papa Roach and the legendary Venom.
The music industry’s glamorous state of the union address was delivered this weekend, but what did the Grammys have to say about guitar music?
Enter Shikari renew their archly political assault while expanding their sonic horizons on The Mindsweep.