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Help for a Schecter Diamond Stiletto Studio 4

Discussion in 'Pickups & Electronics [BG]' started by Acronurb, Jan 24, 2014.

  1. Acronurb

    Acronurb

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    Hey, guys!
    I have a Schecter Diamond Series Stiletto Studio-4 and I have two questions for you:
    1- I don't understand what kind of EQ system needs two 9v battery when the actual pickups are two EMG Hz. Can someone explain me why there is a need for 2 batteries?
    2- What pickups, of any label, would be perfect for a metal tone? Why? Give me your opinion, don't think in a general way :hyper:

    Thanks!

    P.S.: Here is a pic of the bass:

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  2. mmbongo

    mmbongo Supporting Member

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    It has two batteries because it has an 18 volt preamp.
  3. Ninjabot

    Ninjabot

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    I have one of these basses but in 6 string and it does really well for playing metal. In have 2 basses with the EMG HZ pickups and give a real clear punchy tone with lots of fat low end that works really well IMO for metal in general regardless of the sub genre you are playing. I dig em quite a bit.

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