Six new models will reinforce Schecter`s 2017 electric bass lineup. Among them, there`s one fanned-fret model, one brand new signature and four regular models.
Along with a multitude of electric and acoustic guitars, Schecter is introducing a six-piece set of electric basses for 2017. The sextet includes one signature model, two models for the revived CV series, two Stiletto Stage models and one fan-fretted five-stringer, also a member of Stiletto range. First off, there`s the uncompromising, dark Mephisto King Ov Hell Signature, a solid-bodied five-stringer made for true metalheads. CV series revival includes four-stringed CV-4 and its five-stringed sibling CV-5. Vintage looks and modern electronics characterize these supremely versatile basses. Stiletto range receives three models, two of them form the new Stiletto Stage line, while the third one belongs to the Stiletto Studio section. Stiletto Stage 4 and Stiletto Stage 5 form Stiletto Stage`s initial lineup, with further models expected later in 2017. Stiletto Studio 5 FF is Schecter`s first fan-fretted electric bass. It will make its debut along with the other five models, at this year`s NAMM.
Schecter Mephisto King Ov Hell is the first collaboration between King and Schecter. The result is a ferocious, uncompromising metal bass. Some of the most prominent features include neck-through-body construction, EMG`s active electronics, characteristic dark styling and combined Schecter/Grover hardware. For further info and a full specs list, check the Mephisto King Ov Hell detail page on our site or Schecter`s official web page.
Schecter CV-4 for 2017 sports a smart combination of classic looks and modern electronics. This combination results in a supremely versatile tone, while modern construction grants top notch playability. Sunburst version is outfitted with a maple fingerboard, while the Natural has rosewood variant. For further info and a full specs list, check the CV-4 detail page on our site or Schecter`s official web page.
Schecter CV-5 offers the same tonewoods, hardware and electronics as the CV-4, but with an additional low B string. Offset body, vintage styling and modern hardware and pickups characterize this model. Also, an additional color option named Ivory is available. For further info and a full specs list, check the CV-5 detail page on our site or Schecter`s official web page.
Schecter Stiletto Stage 4 is a modern four-stringed bass, made primarily for metal and rock. It sports a set of modern, hybrid pickups with passive/active switch, 24-fret fingerboard and neck-through body construction. Available color options include Gloss White and Gloss Black, both with black hardware. For further info and a full specs list, check the Stiletto Stage 4 detail page on our site or Schecter`s official web page.
Schecter Stiletto Stage 5 comes in with modern design, advanced construction features and hybrid electronics. Schecter`s Diamond Super Rock MM humbuckers deliver a versatile tone, though hard rock and metal remain the main styles. Push/pull switch mounted on the master volume knob allows players to select between active and passive modes. For further info and a full specs list, check the Stiletto Stage 5 detail page on our site or Schecter`s official web page.
Schecter Stiletto Studio 5 FF is the only fan-fretted model among the six 2017 models. It rocks a compound scale, ranging from 34” on the highest string to 36” on the low B string. Other than that, prominent features also include EMG humbuckers, S-Tek bridge and neck-through-body construction. For further info and a full specs list, check the Stiletto Studio 5 FF detail page on our site or Schecter`s official web page.