Ernie C (Body Count) C-1

The Ernie C C-1 is an impressive guitar co-designed by none other than Body Count guitarist Ernie C. The body is made of mahogany and offers a rich and powerful sound. The neck is made of maple and runs neck-thru, ensuring excellent sustain and stability. The ebony fretboard with "Ultra Thin-C" neck profile, a scale length of 25.5 inches (648 mm) and 24 X-Jumbo stainless steel frets offers comfortable playability. The guitar is equipped with an EMG 81 on the bridge and an EMG 89 on the neck, providing a versatile and dynamic tone. The Floyd Rose 1500 Series bridge, Grover tuners and Black Nickel hardware complete the guitar's aggressive appearance.

Available in the finish/color variants:

Lefthand model available:


EMG Pickups

EMG pickups are state-of-the-art, popular pickups for electric guitars and basses, known for clear sound reproduction, low noise and versatility. With their active technology, they produce a strong, interference-resistant signal, especially in high-gain situations. Available in various versions, they offer vintage to modern sounds and enable flexible sound adjustments with features such as push-pull potentiometers. Particularly appreciated in rock and metal, EMG pickups are characterized by reliability and first-class sound quality.

Floyd Rose® Vibrato

The Floyd Rose® vibrato system, developed by Floyd D. Rose in the 1970s, is a widely used, advanced system for electric guitars. Thanks to its double locking system, the guitar remains in tune, even during extreme bends and dives. This flexibility, including pull-up and dive bomb, makes it particularly popular with rock and metal guitarists. Fine adjustment is carried out precisely using micro adjustment screws, some models also offer fine tuning screws on the string riders for precise control of the tuning.


A "neck-thru" neck represents a sophisticated and high-quality construction. In contrast to guitars with screwed or glued necks, the neck extends through the entire body of the guitar. A key advantage of the neck-thru design is improved string transfer and longer sustain. Another plus point is easier access to higher frets. Due to the continuous neck, guitarists can effortlessly play up to the highest frets without a neck-body connection getting in the way.

Ebony Fretboard

An ebony fretboard is characterized by a clear and precise tone quality. The dense structure of the wood allows the string vibrations to be efficiently transferred to the body, resulting in a balanced sound spectrum with clear highs and well-defined mids.


Model NameErnie C (Body Count) C-1
Model Number911
FinishSatin Black Reign
NeckMaple, Neck-Thru w/Ultra Access
Scale25.5” / 648 mm
Neck ShapeUltra Thin C
Nut Width41.3 mm
Frets24 X-Jumbo Stainless Steel
Bridge PickupEMG 81 (Black Chrome)
Neck PickupEMG 89 (Black Chrome)
BridgeFloyd Rose 1500 Series
HardwareBlack Nickel
StringsErnie Ball Regular Slinky #2221 (.010-.046)
Case (sold separately)SCSGR-1C

SGR-1C Guitar Hardcase

  • Model Name: SGR-1C
  • Model Number: 1620
  • Exterior: PE (Polyethylene) Plastic w/ embossed Schecter logo (black)
  • Interior: EPS foam protective interior with deep plush lining (blue)
  • "Heavy-Duty" Aluminum valance (black)
  • Powder coated Metal w/Lockable middle latch (black)
  • 3 Accessory Compartments
  • Fits: e.g. righthand C-Style guitars (not C-9), Sun Valley Super Shredder models (not PT)
  • Case (sold separately)