Schecter has been leading the charge when it comes to musical innovations for almost 40 years. With a drive to put high quality-bass guitars in the hands of musicians of varying interests and skill levels all around the world, Schecter has grown to become a brand that bass players have the utmost respect and trust for. Because Schecter basses are so well known within the music community, it’s really no wonder they’re played by some seriously heavy hitters. Nikki Sixx of Mötley Crüe, Pando of A Flock of Seagulls, Nadja of Coal Chamber, Robert Deleo of Stone Temple Pilots, Sean Yseult of Star & Dagger and formerly of White Zombie, Vince Hornsby of Sevendust, and more keep the low end rumbling with beautiful Schecter basses.
Because these basses transcend genre, you’ll have no trouble choosing one that fits your needs and playing style. It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or a professional with years of experience, Schecter will always have you covered. If you’re looking for your very first bass guitar, you’d be hard pressed to find a better option than the 2011 CV-4 Electric Bass Guitar. With a clean modern look, this bass is built to stand up to the rigors of learning your craft. Not only does it look good, but with its EMG pickups and active electronics, it offers plenty of versatility so you’ll sound just as good when you’re playing.
Of course, if you’re already an established bass player who’s looking for a bass that will really kickstart your heart, check out the Nikki Sixx Electric Bass Guitar. Designed by Nikki himself, this bass is built with a mahogany body and a rosewood fretboard that is definitely going to feel good when you play it. And, of course, with EMG active pickups creating a versatile and well defined attack, you know this bass is going to sound louder than hell.
Regardless of the bass you choose, you can rest assured that it’s going to be top quality. Schecter has always put the artist first, crafting bass guitars that sound great from the first show, to the last date of the world tour, and beyond.