Recensione e Test Chitarra Elettrica Schecter Omen Extreme 6 Blood Burst

Schecter Omen Extreme 6 Blood Burst


Schecter Omen Extreme 6 Blood Burst

Le caratteristiche della chitarra Schecter :

Body: Mahogany
Top: quilted maple
Neck: Maple
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Fingerboard inlays: Abalone and Pearloid Vectors
Nut: Graph Tech XL Black TUSQ
Neck profile: Thin « U »
Nut width: 42 mm
Fingerboard radius: 355 mm (14″)
Scale: 648 mm (25.5″)
24 X- Jumbo frets
Pickups: 2 Schecter Diamond Plus humbuckers
2 Volume controls
Tone control with push/pull function
3-Way switch
Tune-O-Matic bridge with string-thru-body
Hardware: Black/chrome
Strings: Ernie Ball Regular Slinky #2221 .010 – .046
Colour: Blood Burst

Schecter Omen Extreme 6 Blood Burst

In catalogo dal  Ottobre 2023

Numero di articolo  578193

Unitá incluse  1 Pezzo

Colour  Red

Body  Mahogany

Top  Quilted Maple

Neck  Maple

Fretboard  Rosewood

Frets  24

Scale  648 mm

Pickups  HH


incl. Bag  No

incl. Case  No


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Le casse (Schecter Omen Extreme 6 Blood Burst)

Si scopre che il tipo di cassa di risonanza ha un impatto sul suono della chitarra.

La cassa vuota

È perfetta per il chitarrista amatoriale. È molto legnoso e nitido.

La cassa semivuota

Offre un’identità pseudo-acustica con medi più distinguibili e una frequenza bassa. Di conseguenza, è ottima per suonare la chitarra con un piccolo amplificatore.

Cassa piena

L’impugnatura è semplice grazie al suo corpo sottile. Questo tipo di chitarra è richiesto per il rock.

Come scegliere la tua chitarra elettrica (Schecter Omen Extreme 6 Blood Burst)

Grazie al suo peso leggero, la chitarra elettrica è adatta a tutti i musicisti, anche a quelli che iniziano. È adatta a molti generi musicali tra cui:

  • funk
  • rock
  • jazz
  • blues
  • metal

Guitar neck attributes (Schecter Omen Extreme 6 Blood Burst)

The size of a guitar neck can vary depending on the instrument.

This distinction may not be so noticeable, but it has an impact on string playability and therefore affects melodies.

A longer scale length

A longer guitar neck, like that of an Ibanez or Strat, intensifies string vibration and increases string tension.

A shorter guitar scale length

Since the strings are less tense and more flexible, playing becomes easier, as is the case with Les Paul guitars.

Electric guitar scale length

The scale length represents the distance of string vibration between the nut and bridge.
This dimension not only affects sound but also playability. In fact, a smaller scale length will feel more comfortable.

How many strings for an electric guitar? (Schecter Omen Extreme 6 Blood Burst)

Electric guitar strings are made of nickel or steel.
Musicians play them with a pick to avoid finger pain.

The 7-string electric guitar

The 7-string electric guitar is a model designed for metal players. The strings on these models are similar to those on 6-string electric guitars, but they have an additional lower-pitched string.

The 12-string electric guitar

The 12-string guitar was particularly popular among folk music bands in the 1960s. The vibrations are much more rhythmic. This 12-string electric guitar has the same tuning as a 6-string electric guitar, except that all the strings are doubled.

6-string electric guitar

This six-stringed guitar has three bass strings and three treble strings.

Microphone style for your electric guitar (Schecter Omen Extreme 6 Blood Burst)

When acquiring an electric guitar, it is also recommended to consider the pickups.

Pickups differ based on their winding.

You can easily distinguish:

  • An electric guitar equipped with a single-coil pickup, like the Fender Telecaster, is more suitable for rock, country or blues.
  • A guitar with a humbucker pickup, such as the Gibson, provides a higher output volume.
  • An electric guitar equipped with both single-coil and humbucker pickups.

Main guitar body attachment methods (Schecter Omen Extreme 6 Blood Burst)

The way the neck is attached to the guitar body has a significant impact on the instrument’s sound. There are three main methods of body attachment:

  • Bolt-on neck
  • Set neck
  • Gibson-style glued-in neck

Bolt-on neck

This method is more expensive.
However, it generally offers good value for money.
The neck goes through the guitar and becomes an integral part of the body.
As a result, it provides optimal vibration transfer.

Set neck

Promoted by Gibson and later by PRS, it enhances sustain and vibrato.

Gibson-style glued-in neck

Initially used by Fender, this method offers instruments in kit form, allowing for interchangeable parts. This attachment method gives a certain brightness to the guitar.

Main woods used in electric guitars (Schecter Omen Extreme 6 Blood Burst)

The choice of woods made by many luthiers affects the sound and resonance of the guitar. For the neck, the most common woods are mahogany and maple.

For the fingerboard, ebony, maple, and rosewood are most commonly used. Changing wood can easily alter tonality.

Below are two of the most common woods:


It offers a rather round sound with strong sustain on the guitar.


This dark wood with superior density and hardness is used for the fingerboard of the electric guitar and provides a fairly warm resonance.