As Schecter Guitar Research moves into its 36th year in business, they have solidified the elite status, as one of the world's premier guitar companies. Its continually evolving and expanding line of guitars and basses appeals to a broad spectrum of players and diverse musical styles. Its core business practice offers high-quality instruments with professional components at an affordable price. One of the company's strongest assets is its growing roster of high-profile artists, including Disturbed, Avenged Sevenfold, The Cure, Papa Roach, Seether, Prince, Stone Temple Pilots, Nevermore and Black Label Society.
Since 2000, Jerry Horton has been an endorser of Schecter Guitars and had multiple signature models over 13 years. Most recently his passion for cars is shown on his custom "Skull and Pistons" Signature model. Jerry is often cited as a big part of the Schecter breakout success when he played a relatively affordable C-1 guitar in the band's massive hit video "Last Resort."