The beauty of the six string bass guitar cannot be refused by anyone who has seen or heard it, neither should it be underestimated by those who have never seen it. The six string guitar provides a whole lot of flexibility in tone and a whole lot of fun when playing, though skill is definitely a requirement. So when I see a six string bass guitar that looks beautiful, plays well and does not cost a fortune, I immediately grab it and try to tell the people about it. So let me tell you about the Schecter Stiletto Studio-6 Electric Bass and why you might want to consider buying it.
The body of the guitar is designed in a very recognizable shape, one which has been part of the electric bass guitar manufacturing world for ages already. The shape, while not unique, is familiar and is rather appealing to the eye, so you should not be surprised when I say that I have nothing against it. It is a well made design, with a double cutaway that looks like a flower to my eyes and is rather appealing, because it is done well. The fact that it has a creative, red coloring that I rather enjoy further enhances the guitar in my mind.
The body of the guitar is made out of a combination of two rather popular tonewoods. The mahogany back of the guitar, while heavy, is also rather sturdy, making for a great guitar body material. The mahogany is also well known for its resonance with the low ones, enhancing and lending character to the bass and mid tones of the bass guitar. The bubinga top provides further enhancement to the low and mid tones, so that the musician can have a whole lot of character in their guitar, as well as a whole lot of fun when playing it.
The neck of the guitar is made out from the combination of a multilaminate maple and walnut. This allows the guitar to have an incredibly sturdy neck, capable of withstanding a whole lot of abuse and resistant to warping. The look of the neck is also rather exceptional and so very enjoyable. The neck of the guitar is set through the body with a very smooth and handsome transition. This results in even more sturdiness for the guitar, as well as some nice neck stability. The fretboard of the guitar is made out of rosewood, complementing the color scheme well.
The guitar comes with a diamond custom bridge. Designed specifically for a six string bass guitar, the bridge provides a whole lot of lovely action and string stability.
The nut of the guitar is made out of a high quality synthetic material. This allows the guitar to have a sound as clean as a 6 string bass guitar can have, while also providing some great harmony for the instrument.
The tuning machine of the guitar fits well with the rest of the guitars body. The tuning stability is very good and will never bother the player.
The guitar comes with a dual pickup set up, with one located at the neck of the guitar, while the other is located at the bridge of the guitar. The two EMG-Hz humbucking pickups providing a whole lot of power for the instrument, allowing the full expression of the nuanced tones of the 6 string bass guitar. The humbuckers are powerful, cleaning the sound to sound clear, though also retaining the bias towards mid and low tones. Great stock pickups to come with any bass guitar.
The controls of the bass guitar are rather basic, providing a nice master volume control and some blend controls.
The sound of the guitar is powerful and sometimes feels all encompassing. The guitar sounds like it could be thunder or like it could be an earthquake. The tones of the guitar are nuanced, with each note being expressive, as it should be on a six string guitar. The bias towards the low tones is apparent, though even the high tones of the guitar feel alive and strong. A great sound that is well rounded and destined for greatness.
The Schecter Stiletto Studio-6 Electric Bass is a great instrument to make a part of your collection, or have as your main 6 string bass guitar. A whole lot of tone, great traditional designed and a long lifespan are why I am currently recommending it to you.