NAMM 2020: Schecter debuts the Silver Mountain series

The company also updated its PT Pro series for 2020.

Schecter introduces the new Silver Mountain series and updates the PT Pro series for Winter NAMM.

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NAMM 2020: Schecter has introduced the first addition to its 2020 line-up of electric guitars, leading with the all-new Silver Mountain series as well as updates to its PT Pro series’ designs.

The new Silver Mountain series of guitars sport set-neck mahogany bodies with arched tops. The three-piece mahogany necks feature carbon fibre reinforcement rods and are topped with ebony fingerboards along with Lumilay glow-in-the-dark side dots.

The newly-designed Schecter Sonic Seducer pickup makes its debut in the Silver Mountain series. While most of the Silver Mountain series carry the Sonic Seducer in both neck and bridge positions, the Floyd Rose-equipped models feature a Sustainiac as the neck pickup instead. Other varying hardware features include Grover Rotomatic tuners, Hipshot Ibby HM bridges, Schecter locking tuners and Floyd Rose 1500 series bridge systems.

Rounding out Schecter’s 2020 announcement is the update on the brand’s vintage-inspired PT Pro series. The singlecut guitars now come with an alder body decked in either a Transparent Blue Burst or Transparent Purple Burst finish, and a thin C-shaped roasted maple neck. The Blue version of the PT Pro retains the matching roasted maple fingerboard while the Purple version trades it for ebony.

The PT Pro Series designs also feature a Schecter PT-H Pro bridge, Schecter locking tuners, a Graph Tech Black Tusq nut, glow-in-the-dark side markers and black hardware.

The Schecter Silver Mountain series ($1,189–$1,329) and PT Pro ($899) series are now available for pre-order. Click here for more information.

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