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Schecter Guitar Research DV-4 Electric Bass Guitar
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From Schecter, an authority in building high-quality basses, comes the DV-4, a beautiful double-cutaway 4-string electric bass guitar. Featuring many...Click To Read More About This Product
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Beautiful double-cutway 4-string with strong construction and killer electronics.
From Schecter, an authority in building high-quality basses, comes the DV-4, a beautiful double-cutaway 4-string electric bass guitar. Featuring many desirable appointments, it starts with a mahogany body, offering strong construction and a beautiful look. A 3-piece mahogany set neck gives it lasting sustain. The 34" scale and jumbo frets add comfort and ease to your funky finger work, and the Schecter tuners keep the instrument in perfect tune from song to song.
At the heart of the Schecter DV-4 bass guitar lies an impressive electronics system. The EMG MM pickup features a dual-coil design for low noise and plenty of output. This pickup features the "CS" design (Ceramic and Steel), which has the punch and fullness of older passive designs, along with added brightness for a better-defined tone. Pickup is fully shielded to minimize noise.
Other appointments on the Schecter DV-4 bass include black chrome hardware, dot inlays, cr¨me binding, and a beautiful finish.
- Set neck construction
- Mahogany body
- 3-piece mahogany neck
- 34" scale
- Rosewood fingerboard
- 24 jumbo frets
- dot inlays
- Cr¨me binding
- EMG-Hz 'MM' pickup
- Vol/EMG Active 2-band EQ electronics with selectable frequencies)
- Schecter custom string-through body bridge
- Schecter tuners
- Black chrome hardware
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What's not to like. I have purchase 3 entry level basses for kids plus this one for my grand daughter. It is thin and trim with no bolt box. I like the single hot pickup. If I wanted a bass to sound like a six string I'd buy a six string. Passive means thick sound. The active e.q. lets you have a brutal attack and still be able to usea guitar bug or other wireless. I plugged this puppy into a 200 watt all tube traynor eight stack and it will bring the house down. Low action, nicecraftsmanship worthy of much more expensive instruments. No wonder used to sell much higher. I hope the guitar research people put that activee.q. on more instruments. With high treble it makes me think 'ricenbaker'. Sustain? I plucked a bflat this morning to check it out and I think it's still ringing. Thanx Guitar Research you gots a winner.
The "Schecter DV-4 Electric Bass Guitar is one purchase I don't regret. It looks and plays beautifully...When I received it, it was in tune right out of the box. There was a little buzz, but I took it to my Bass Tech and he easily set it up for me. I use it for every gig we've been doing lately. I'd recommend it to everyone! I've received compliments from a lot of people. I bought the brown one. Thanx Schecter & Musiciansfriend!!!
I've owned this bass for almost one year. The day I purchased it I took it home and I did a complete and thorough setup. I check the intonation once a week, every week, and I haven't had to make a single adjustment since the initial setup. I can't attest for the sound, because everyone looks for something different, but I think it would sound good for every style of music. Classy choice!