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Schecter Stiletto Custom-4 Electric Bass (4 String, Natural Satin)
- Flamed Maple Top w/Walnut
- EMG 35HZ Pickups
- Maple/Walnut Multi-ply Neck
- Offset Dot Inlays
- S-Tek Bridge
- Satin Gold Hardware
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|Body Material Type||laminated-wood||Mahogany||solid-wood||Basswood||solid-wood||mahogony|
|Fretboard Material Type||Rosewood||Rosewood fretboard w/ white dot inlay||Maple||Maple||Maple||Rosewood|
|Guitar Bridge System||S-TEK bridge||fixed||fixed||fixed||fixed||Diamond Bass|
|Guitar Pickup Configuration||single-coil||combination||humbucker||combination||single-coil||humbucker|
|Hand Orientation||Right Handed||Right Handed||Right Handed||Right Handed||Right Handed||Right Handed|
|Item Dimensions||—||3 x 40 x 12 in||5.91 x 16.54 x 52.36 in||18 x 6 x 50 in||4 x 52 x 16 in||—|
|Neck Material Type||Maple;Walnut||Maple||Maple||Maple||Maple||maple|
|Number of Strings||4||4||6||4||4||4|
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The Stiletto Custom builds on the concept of the Stiletto Studio, and adds just little more flash with a natural or vampyre red satin maple top and gold or black hardware, which guarantees that you will not go unnoticed on stage. It comes loaded with EMG pickups, which deliver with precision and strength the rich tone of the instrument’s mahogany body. Available with 4, 5 and 6-string configurations.
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The instrument was built in Indonesia and as stated previously, it is a well built bass. The setup (if there really was one) was supposed to be done at the Schecter California facility. Upon arrival, I looked the bass over very, very well. The action of the neck seemed good, but not great. The bass appeared to be in tune. I played the bass on its own and was pleased for the most part. When I tried to play along with a rhythm machine, I realized the bass was tuned low. When I tuned the bass to standard tuning, the action went from "good" to "very poor." The action was better up to the fifth fret and got much, much worse the higher up the neck I played. Obviously, this bass needed a complete setup. I could do this myself, but the neck seemed so warped, I was concerned that adjusting the truss rod too much might cause damage. I know that adjusting the bridge alone could not compensate for the needed truss rod adjustment. The local luthier charges $50.00 for a set up and there was no guarantee there. Also, I wasn't sure I could get the setup done in time to meet the 30 day return policy.
In the end, I just returned the bass. Any bass I buy from here on out will be one I play before hand. I knew better, but gave it a shot anyway.