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Schecter Guitar Research Stiletto-5 Session 5 String Left Handed Electric Bass Guitar
Satin Aged Natural
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This stylish and affordable electric bass features an 18V active pickup system with two EMG-designed single coils. The electronics consist of a maste...Click To Read More About This Product
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Active electronics on a lefty 5.
This stylish and affordable electric bass features an 18V active pickup system with two EMG-designed single coils. The electronics consist of a master volume and a master blend knob that mixes the relative volume of the middle and bridge pickups. There is also a three-band active rotary EQ with cut and boost controls for bass/middle/treble. The satin finish lets the swamp ash grain show though and the lines and hardware complement to the inherent stylishness of this versatile bass guitar. Flat top with gentle contours on the sides. Lefty 5-string.
Quality hardware, a slender and fast neck, active pickups and a handsome design make this a bass that is both affordable and professionally presentable.
Neck joint: 6-Bolt
Scale length: 34"
Truss rod: Yes
Active or passive: Active
Neck: Not applicable
Series or parallel: Series
Active preamp: 18V
Fret size: Extra-jumbo
Number of frets: 24
Inlays: Side blocks
Nut material: Graph Tech
Nut width: 1.496" (38mm)
Neck width at 12 fret: Info not available
Style: Double cutaway
Body wood: Swamp ash
Top wood: Not applicable
Body finish: Satin
Control layout: Master volume, balance, 3-band eq
Pickup switch: No
Coil tap or split: Not applicable
Tone switching: No
Special switching: No
Bridge type: Fixed
Bridge design: 4-Saddle standard
Tailpiece: Not applicable
Tuning machines: Enclosed
Number of strings: 5
Special features: Not applicable
Case: Sold separately
Accessories: Truss-rod tool
Country of origin: Korea
Beautiful lefty with quality features. Order soon.
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- Fun To Play
- Good Feel
- Good Pick Up
- Good Tone
- Solid Electronics
- Rock Concerts
- School Bands
- Small Venues
Comments about Schecter Guitar Research Stiletto-5 Session 5 String Left Handed Electric Bass Guitar:
Having been a keyboard player all my life with a special appreciation 4 what the bass guitar can do, I decided to find a lefty 5-string and teach myself to play. Lefties are not plentiful, so I felt lucky to find this moderately priced model that has the quality and range of Active Electronics I wanted. It is solid and holds tune and plays easily I think. The neck is the heavy end of the guitar and I may look for a specialized strap to keep the neck up when my right hand is not on the neck. The 18 volt active knobs work as expected. The look of the guitar is very nice and I don't believe it looks plain, rather it is a finished natural Satin that frankly is in Vogue with the better players. All in all I'm perfectly satisfied with the quality of the choice I made. I'll be putting on a set of strings that allow smoother slides and doing a bit of jazz fusion as well as rock and old school R&B. I'm into the tones of Miller / Jaco / Tal / Clarke, etc.