#3
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ill go with lewis black wisdom
if you ever have the opportunity...dont

That was pointless.

Schecter Stilettos are nice basses that offer a nice variety of tones. The one I played was pretty heavy, but it'd probably take no time at all to get used to.
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Could be, but the most important thing to remember is that it wasn't your fault, even if it was.
#4
i own one. the tone wasn't really as versatile as some people seem to say it is. which is odd considering the onboard preamp. The neck was amazing and it felt great in my hands. Play a bass that has EMG-HZ pickups and if you like the sound buy the stilleto because it is a great feeling bass for a good price.
dean edge one 5 string
Schecter studio-4
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Ibanez sb900
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Fender p bass special deluxe

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#5
If I could get one, I'd get the Studio 5-string. what a nice instrument.
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#7
alright thanks, im going to the store this weekend and i cant wait to get my hands on one of these!