Great playing bass. The only small quibbles are that an active / passive switch would be nice to have. Also, the forearm cut out could be larger, for greater comfort, but that's really minor. Neck feels great, tone is great, looks great! For some reason, Schecters are very popular with the metal crowd. Might have something to do with the 16" radius fretboard. But, I don't play metal. Makes no difference to me. This is a great bass.
- 4.5/5, 4.5 out of 5, reviewed Jan 7, 2019
- Build Quality:
- + Great construction.
- + Love the 16" radius fretboard.
- + Black satin finish is great.
- + Nice and light, about 8.5 lbs.
- - Forearm carve out could be more.
- - Active / Passive switch would be nice.
- No. of Frets:
- Active or Passive:
- Scale Length:
- No. of Strings:
- Body Material:
- Neck Material:
- Maple 3-pc
- Body Finish:
- Aged Black Satin
- Nut Width:
- 1.496” (38mm)
- Fingerboard Material:
- Schecter Custom Hardtail w/ String Thru Body
- Bridge: Seymour Duncan Blackouts ASB-BO-4 Neck: Seymour Duncan Blackouts ASB-BO-4
- Other Hardware:
- Tuners: Grover Bass 144 Series
Hardware Color: Black Chrome
Knobs: Metal Knurled w/ Set Screw
Model Name: Blackjack ATX C-4
Country of Origin: South Korea
Inlays: Grey Pearloid Active Symbol at 12th Fret
Neck Shape: Thin ‘C’
Thickness: @ 1st Fret- .787” (20mm)/ @ 12th Fret- .866” (22mm)
Fretboard Radius: 16” (406mm)
Nut: Graph Tech XL Black Tusq
Truss Rod: 2-Way Adjustable Rod w/ 5/32” (4mm) Allen Nut
Top Contour: Arched Top
Dexterity: Right Handed
Construction: Set-Neck w/Ultra Access
Binding: Aged Crème Multi-ply
Controls: Volume, Bass, Mid, High
Battery Compartment: 9-volt Clip-in Battery Compartment
Strings: Ernie Ball 4 String Super Long #2849 (.045-.105)
Case: SGR-6B "Case Sold Separately"