Hey guys. I bought my first bass a couple of years ago which was the schecter studio 4 fl. While I really like the bass, I don't love the tone (didn't get to play it beforehand as I ordered it online). Also I've always preferred unlined fretboard but wasn't confident enough enough to get a bass with one. I recently came across a used warwick standard made in germany and really like it. I like the tone better and it seems to be built like a tank. As I'm not much of a bass player, I can't justify owning two fretless basses and am considering selling the schecter and getting the warwick. The schecter sells for $799, whereas the warwick I'm considering is $700 in excellent condition. I thought I'd hear some opinios. The schecter: Bass : Stiletto Studio-4 FL The warwick: en/Warwick---Products--Instruments--Pro-Serie---Teambuilt--Pro-Serie---Teambuilt--Corvette--Corvette-Bubinga-Version--4-string--Pictures.html Some of the differences I can think off the top of my head: Pros (schecter): thin neck, light, set, neck, better aesthetics IMO. 3 band active eq. Con (schecter): delicate wood, made in korea. pros (warwick): made in germany, very well made, better bridge. cons: extremely heavy (bubinga body), thick neck.