Schecter Stiletto 5 Session 5-String Bass Guitar

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    Product Description

    Impressive 5-string tonal versatility and professional build-quality make this a remarkable value. The Stiletto-5 Session bass from Schecter features a Swamp Ash body which not only looks great but yields great punch, clarity and sustain. EMG Active humbuckers and 18-volt 3-Band EQ will allow this bass to be used in virtually any musical setting.

    Product Specifications
    Schecter Stiletto-5 Session 5-String Bass Specifications
    • Country of Origin: South Korea
    • Construction: Bolt-on
    • Body Material: Swamp Ash
    • Top Contour: Flat Top
    • Neck Material: Maple
    • Fingerboard Material: Maple
    • Inlays: Ebony Side Blocks
    • Scale: 35 inches (889mm)
    • Frets: 24 Narrow X-Jumbo
    • Fingerboard Radius: 12 inches (305mm)
    • Neck Shape: ‘C’
    • Thickness: at 1st Fret- .826in (21mm)/ at 12th Fret- .905in (23mm)
    • Nut Width: 1.771 inch (45mm)
    • Nut: Graph Tech XL Black Tusq
    • Truss Rod: 2-Way Adjustable Rod w/ 5/32 inch (4mm) Allen Nut
    • Bridge Pickup: EMG 40DC
    • Neck Pickup: EMG 40J
    • Controls: Master Volume/Blend/3-Band EMG Active E/Q
    • Battery Compartment: 18-volt w/Screw Plate
    • Hardware Color: Black
    • Bridge: Schecter Custom String Thru (or Top Load)
    • Tuners: Grover Bass 144 Series
    • Knobs: Metal Knurled w/ Set Screw
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  818-846-2700 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime
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