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The Schecter Stiletto Studio -5 Bass Guitar delivers legendary Schecter quality craftsmanship and tone at an extremely affordable price. Order yours from Sam Ash Direct today for fast, free shipping and the guaranteed lowest price.
The Stiletto Studio body is constructed from mahogany and features a stunning Bubinga top which will enhance tonal response. The electronics configuration features a dual pickup layout that houses a pair of EMG active Bass pickups; which will give you a massive bottom-end response and a sharper, higher-end growling tone. The controls feature a master volume, a master Blend as well as a 3-Band EQ to add even more tonal flexibility.
The neck is constructed from a maple/walnut laminate and carved into an extra-thin profile for maximum ease and playability. The Stiletto Studio features neck –thru –body construction for enhanced sustain. A rosewood fingerboard is capped with 24 XJ frets for maximum playability. The gold hardware includes set of Schecter Tuners and a Diamond Custom string through bridge with 5 individual saddles for improved sustain.
The Schecter Stiletto Studio -5 Bass will deliver an endless variety of tones and will hold down the bottom end no matter what the gig calls for. The Stiletto Custom will deliver the tone you need at a very affordable price. Case not included.
Perfect for working musicians on tight budgets, the Schecter Stiletto Studio-5 5 String Bass Guitar delivers great value and tone. Get yours from Sam Ash Direct today with the security of our 45/60 day return/price protection policy.
Features:• Mahogany/Bubinga body
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Comments about Schecter Stiletto Studio-5 5 String Bass Guitar:
I play in a classic rock band and needed to get a 5-string bass to avoid having to tune down for songs we play a half step down, My budget was $1500 and I played many basses in that prices category. In the end the Stiletto Studio proved to be as good as or better as basses in that price range so I went with it and have not regretted it. Its a beautifully constructed instrument. The action on this bass is low with no string buzzing and set up well from the factory. The main thing I noticed when I first played it is the rich warm tone with very long sustain. I don't know if that is due to the neck thru body construction or the wood used. It is heavy, but probably that is the price you pay for the long sustain and warm tone. In fact I had to learn to mute open strings because the whole thing resonates and can set off some open strings to resonate, but once I learned the technique it was no problem and its worth it to get that deep rich tone. I am very happy with this bass and it will be my main ax for the foreseeable future, I don't see any need to upgrade as it will be hard to get any better than this.