Schecter Stiletto Studio-4 FL Fretless Electric Bass Honey Satin # 2750

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Schecter Stiletto Studio-4 FL Fretless Electric Bass Honey Satin # 2750
Bass weighs 9lb 2oz
Does not include a case

SPECS

GENERAL

Model Name
Stiletto Studio-4 FL

Item Number
2750

Guitar Color Shown
Honey Satin

NECK
TunersSchecter

Fretboard Material
Rosewood

Neck Material
Maple/Walnut Multi-ply

Inlays
Lined Fretless

Scale
34" (864 MM)

Neck Shape
Thin "C"

Thickness
1st Fret- .787" (20MM), 12th Fret- .866" (22MM)

Frets
Fretless

Fretboard Radius
16" (406MM)

Nut
Graph Tech XL Black Tusq

Nut Width
1.496" (38 MM)

Truss Rod
2-Way Adjustable Rod w/ 5/32" (4mm) Allen Nut

BODY
Guitar Colors
Honey Satin

Hardware Color
Satin Gold

Top Contour
Flat Top

Dexterity
Right Handed

Construction
Neck-Thru w/Ultra Access

Body Material
Mahogany

Top Material
Bubinga

Bridge
Diamond Custom Bass

ELECTRONICS
Controls
Master Volume/Blend/3-Band EMG Active E/Q

Bridge Pickup
EMG 35HZ

Neck Pickup
EMG 35HZ

Battery Compartment
18-volt w/Screw Plate

ACCESSORIES
KnobsM
etal Knurled w/ Set Screw

Strings
Ernie Ball 4 String Flatwound #2808

Case
1660 SGR-5SB Stiletto Bass Hardcase

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