Schecter KM6 Keith Merrow – electric guitar review with “Top Gear” award

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TopGuitar is proud to inform, that the September issue of the magazine features a review of Schecter KM6 Keith Merrow electric guitar, which has been awarded with “Top Gear” editors’ award. The instrument was delivered for review by Schecter distributor in Poland, Mega Music.

Below are some excerpts from a review by gear department editor Krzysztof Blas, which may serve as reasons for the award:

“Schecter is a company that, unlike many other guitar manufacturers, is able to combine exceptional look, high quality and affordable price. KM6 proves this very well, attracting with great hardware and unique tone.”

“With KM6, there were no savings on hardware. An excellent bridge in matte black comes from Hipshot and the pickups are custom prepared by Seymour Duncan.”

“If you are looking for a powerful axe designed to wreak havoc, Schecter KM6 is just made for you. This guitar is the essence of modern metal sound!”

The latest issue of TopGuitar magazine is available across Poland in Empik and Ruch press retail networks, in the online store (http://topguitar.pl/sklep/), and as mobile version for tablets and smartphones using iOS (http://topguitar.pl/ios/) or Android (http://topguitar.pl/android/) operating systems.

Schecter KM6 Keith Merrow

Printed since 2005, TopGuitar is a monthly issued magazine of opinion for professional and amateur musicians, as well as all guitar and bass fans in Poland and The Polish diaspora (people of Polish origin who live outside Poland). The Editor-in-Chief is Dr. Dariusz Domanski, a guitarist and academic teacher, doctor of musical arts. Every issue contains more than 15 reviews of various guitar-related musical gear, along with interviews and original articles on world’s most popular artists, CD and DVD reviews, event reports, guitar workshop and tips, latest product and artist news. TopGuitar for mobile devices: topguitar.pl/android and topguitar.pl/ios

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