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Schecter Guitar Research Stiletto-6 Electric Guitar
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The elegant Schecter Stiletto 6 has a sleek, Euro-contoured mahogany body with a lacewood top. Lacewood is known for it's beautiful, intricate grain ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Lacewood beauty and tone with EMG punch.
The elegant Schecter Stiletto 6 has a sleek, Euro-contoured mahogany body with a lacewood top. Lacewood is known for it's beautiful, intricate grain patterns and warm, yet defined tone.
The Stilletto-6 Guitar's EMG HZ passive pickup set includes S-1 single coil pickups in the neck and middle positions and a powerful H4 humbucker at the bridge. EMG HZs incorporate overwound coils and a ceramic magnet for the punch and attack of the newer passive designs along with added brilliance for a better-defined tone.
A beautiful transparent finish allows the lacewood grain to shine through; traditional dot inlays, a black pickguard, and a stiletto inlay on the black headstock visually tie this highly playable electric guitar together with class.
- Mahogany body with Lacewood top
- Bolt on Maple neck
- Rosewood Fingerboard
- EMG HZ H4/S-1/S-1
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This is a solid, very well built guitar. The lacewood top is exotic, and the mahognay back gives you tone and sustain. The EMG's are okay, and will give you clear clean tones and nice distoriton. The S/S/H combo gives you a wide variety of tones. The neck is wide and flat with jumbo frets, well dressed and no sharp edges. Nice thick rosewood board with an almost flat radius for the trem. The hardware is top notch, and my guess is that this guitar is made in the same Korean factory as the mid-high level ESP guitars (the FR bridge is identical to my ESP) The bottom line is that this guitar suffers from a very bland and conservative appearance compared to say an ESP or an Ibanez RG. The amber stain is nicer; the mahogany stain is too dark and you can't see the nice grain on the top. Definitely get it if it drops in price; or get if you like the lack of flash. (P.S. I bought the mahogany stain (blem) for a very paltry sum and I'm still grinning)
I have owned a satin amber finish version for about a month now. I typically play through a Roland Cube 30 amp and this guitar wails. The guitar was in perfect condition when I received it. The set-up was perfect, really low with no fret buzz. The actual appearance of the lacewood top is much nicer than it appears in most on-line pictures. The pattern of the grain really stands out. The sound is great; the passive EMG-HZ HB/S/S pickups produce distinctive sounds at each position of the 5-pole switch. Active EMG's would have been a nice feature but the performance of the passive set is really good and some players might prefer them. The licensed FR tremolo is smooth and responsive & the locking bridge and nut do an excellent job at keeping the guitar in tune. Overall, this guitar is an excellent value and is really worth considering. I?m very satisfied with it.