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After a lot of sifting and winnowing, we agreed on a list that included a bunch of my guitars and a hyper-suspensioned, climate-controlled art moving van showed up to spirit my pretties up to Beantown.The exact origin of this Illusion is shrouded a bit in mystery, despite the “transparent” nature of the design! In around 1976 or so Dave Schecter started Schecter Guitar Research. Schecter was into replacement pickups and pickguards, plus some other parts.’s Chris Kies is on location in Omaha, NE, where he catches up with the techs behind the rigs of Avenged Sevenfold guitarists Synyster Gates and Zacky Vengeance, and bassist Johnny Christ who all used their own signature Schecter instruments during the fall leg of the Hail to the King 2013 tour.When Darcy Kuronen, the musical instrument curator at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, contacted me in early 1999 about their upcoming exhibition of guitars as art, which eventually became the Dangerous Curves exhibition, I was psyched. My Aria Pro II Urchin Deluxe became the visual emblem of the show, on the catalog cover, billboards, bus signs, banners. Tucked away at the bottom of the pile was this 1985 Schecter Genesis G6 Illusion guitar! The genesis of Schecter guitars goes back to mid-1970s.The Schecter Genesises were only offered for about a year.More conventional Schecters followed, as did some more unconventional ones, like the Schecter Yngwie Malmsteen! Once this guitar got to Boston, the show designers kind of fell out of love with the Genesis.Or represent the beginning of a guitar line with a strange pedigree like this one?!
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AT THE TIME when I wrote this, it was to have been my last post as I headed off to hospital last week because of bronchitis. Oh, yes, a “medical leave of absence.” My own medical leave of absence has come to an end, so this is for all you guitar fans out there.
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It was supposedly based on a design by one Bill Reed and Chip Todd.
Chip was the designer who worked with Hartley Peavey to develop the Peavey T-60 (T for Todd), the world’s first numerical carving machine guitar.