#1
Anyone here got a schecter bass?. I heard some demos and they sound really great. If the guitars are anything to go by they are great value.
#2
A few people here Swear by 'em.

Unfortunately ive never played one, since none of my stores have stocked them.

overall they seem to be great quality for a decent price, with a great sound to boot.
#3
I played a 5 string stiletto, it is ****in AMAZING for the price...a really nice feel to it, pretty small neck considering its a bass, and just a great overall sound/look...the natural is beautiful
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#4
Played on a Diamond Series for a while. GREAT for the price..Really recomend
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#5
Quote by SchecterC-1+Man
I played a 5 string stiletto, it is ****in AMAZING for the price...a really nice feel to it, pretty small neck considering its a bass, and just a great overall sound/look...the natural is beautiful


small as in short scale?Im a short ass and need a small scale bass!
#6
^all their basses are Diamond series <_< except custom shop one I guess.

I love them, I wouldn't trade my Stiletto Elite-4 for any other bass. At this point, I've completely dropped my speach and jsut say: If you like the feel/sound, get it. IMO you cannot get a better bass for the price.

FETTit: they are definately not short scale, they have a 34'' scale. The necks are just really thin at the nut. I personally love it. I hate a fat neck. That's why i won't play a fender, too thick.

FETTit 2: If you ahve any specific questions though, feel free to ask. i'd be happy to talk yet another person into buying one (I think I'm up to 3 or 4 by now, though I'm not entirely sure)
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#8
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^all their basses are Diamond series <_< except custom shop one I guess.

I love them, I wouldn't trade my Stiletto Elite-4 for any other bass. At this point, I've completely dropped my speach and jsut say: If you like the feel/sound, get it. IMO you cannot get a better bass for the price.

FETTit: they are definately not short scale, they have a 34'' scale. The necks are just really thin at the nut. I personally love it. I hate a fat neck. That's why i won't play a fender, too thick.

FETTit 2: If you ahve any specific questions though, feel free to ask. i'd be happy to talk yet another person into buying one (I think I'm up to 3 or 4 by now, though I'm not entirely sure)


I can afford more than the stiletto-is it just basswood?. I would prefer alder or mahogany
#9
The elite and custom are mahogany with a figured maple top, and a laminate maple and walnut neck (rosewood fingerboard). The Deluxes is basswood, with maple neck, rosewood fingerboard. The studio has mahogany and bubinga with the same neck as the elite and custom. I personally recomend the Elites over the others. You get the neck through, the s-tek bridge (my favorite bridge ever), EMG-HZ pickups, a two-band active EQ, and the black cherry with gold hardware is simply orgasmic.
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#10
does any shector have passive?

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#11
None of the Stilettos or C-series do, which are generally considered Schecter's top of the line. The Model T, and Diamond J do, but I have no experience with those particular basses, and don't know much about them. Is there anything in particular you have against active, or do you just prefer passive for that ever indescribable reason known as opinion?
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#12
I dont have anything against active (exept for the battery thing), considering my ibanez is active. Im just looking for a good passive.
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#13
ah, then you're pretty much shit out of luck as far as most Schecters go. Give the Diamond J a shot though, just in case. I kinda like the look of it, and if I'm ever rolling with money might just consider picking one up as a Fender alternative.
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