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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by ChRiS bE, Nov 9, 2002.

  1. Ok ok i know i am toying with getting either a flea 4 or a stingray (prob a stingray after seeing the results of my poll)

    BUT after loaning a a fretless from a friend for a while (i have joined a jazz group in collage) i have fallen in love. The bass i loned was a Stagg....quite good but not normall affilited with quliaty (sp :p )

    Ne way i i went looking for a nice (but inexpencive as i still want a ray of flea) fretless. After nearly barfing at the sound of a tanglewood i can across this....


    WOW it is wkd....active emg's etc.......

    just woundering what you gurus of bass thought. any 1 played one?......only thing i would have to see about getting an unlined....wierd i know but the lines actully put me off.

    Let us know what you thing.....Thanks in advance.
  2. Noobai


    Aug 25, 2002
    Stanford, CA
    The tone is flat. Ive never liked Schecter :\
  3. I thought for a fretless it had a really good 'slap' tone....imo
  4. Orco87


    Mar 26, 2000
    I was at guitar center last night and I saw a Shecter Model T 5 String just sittin' up there, calling me to play on it. So I did. I liked it a bunch. It just had the right feel and everything. The only bad part about it was that the B string was entirely too floppy. Otherwise, I would've seriously thought about purchasing.
    I've only heard good from others with shecters, so I say go for it! :D

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