Schecter Guitar Research has just announced the addition of the new Keith Merrow KM-6 signature 6-string guitar. It will be showcased for the first time in a new edition of Schecter Guitars’ "Conquering Rifftopia" webisode IV on 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," says 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 three-way toggle switch, the KM-6 needs nothing more to prove it is the ultimate shredding machine.
Schecter Guitar Research, commonly known simply as Schecter, is an American guitar manufacturer. The company was founded in 1976 by David Schecter and originally produced only replacement parts for existing guitars from manufacturers such as Fender and Gibson. Today, the company mass-produces its own line of electric guitars, bass guitars, and steel-string acoustic guitars.
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