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Thunderous bass tone, flamed maple beauty, and rugged construction, for a great price.
The Schecter Raiden Elite-4 Electric Bass is an excellent choice for price-conscious players who know what they want. With a 34" scale, and 6-bolt neck, the Raiden Elite-4 bass packs a serious punch.
The Raiden Elite's mahogany body and gorgeous quilted maple top give the bassist a whole lot to show off. 24 X-jumbo frets, a rosewood fingerboard, and a multi-laminate maple and walnut neck offer style and substance for more discerning performers. The beautiful quilted maple top adds a big dose of showtime.
The Raiden Elite-4 brings heat to the fire with EMGHZ pickups designed for the aggressive sounds of today's bassists. The EMG active 2-band EQ adds additional fuel with selectable frequencies, giving you the ability to shape and define your bass sound perfectly. A Master Blend control improves on the versatility paired with its Master Volume knob.
Schecter equips the Raiden Elite-4 bass with a top-load or string-thru bridge providing the tension required for drop-tuning. Schecter completes the Raiden Elite-4 with black chrome hardware courtesy and mother-of-pearl dot inlays.
A sweet axe in every way. Make it yours today.
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Comments about Schecter Guitar Research Raiden Elite-4 Electric Bass Guitar:
I recommed this bass if your on a budget or just starting out, otherwise get a stingray or a a jazz bass or something
I like having the pickup blend knob, it lets you get some cool versitile sounds. The tone knobs are useless, just turn them up all the way. the emg pickups are great, i would recommend getting a new preamp though.
This is a very well built bass, the maple neck is thin, comfortable, and easy to move around on. if i could change anything it would be the placement of the pickups. the bridge pickup is much to close to the bridge, giving it a tinny, more poppy sound. great if you slap alot i guess. to get a real deep punchy sound while using the bridge pickup you almost always have to play past the neck pickup or over the fret board.