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I was at guitar center today and came across a Schecter Omen Extreme-4. I've tried several Schecter basses in the past and none have felt comfortable for one reason or another,but this felt great. I didn't get a chance to plug it in. What I want to know is has anyone had any experience with these. I play mostly hard rock and some classic rock/blues. Is this bass suited these styles.
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#2
Schecters are usually pretty solid basses no matter what style of music you use it for. Yes, you can use it for rock and the like.

If it feels good and you feel good with it, get it. I would suggest plugging it in just to make sure it functions properly.
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Schecters are usually pretty solid basses no matter what style of music you use it for.

If it feels good and you feel good with it, get it. I would suggest plugging it in just to make sure it functions properly.


I agree.

Though I will add my opinion that there's almost always something better for your needs than a Schecter in every price range.
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schecters are great, but IMO are mostly geared towards metal as a whole as far as the brand is concerned. Get it if you like it, but i think a fender p or j would suit your needs better.
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schecters are great, but IMO are mostly geared towards metal as a whole as far as the brand is concerned. Get it if you like it, but i think a fender p or j would suit your needs better.

look at TS sig... he has a ton of pr and j-basses... and high quality ones.


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