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When David Schecter set up shop in 1976, his business was manufacturing replacement parts for guitars. Fast forward 35 plus years later, Schecter Guitar Research mass produces a full product line that includes electric and acoustic guitars, bass guitars and amps. They've been on stage with music's most accomplished performers like Pando of A Flock of Seagulls, Robert Deleo of Stone Temple Pilots and Vince Hornsby of Sevendust. Check out our line-up of Schecter Guitar Research bass guitars and see which model is the best fit for your signature playing style.
If you're a beginner bassist who's looking for a top-class instrument that doesn't break the bank, take a look at the Omen Extreme-4 Bass. It's got all the features a newer musician needs, from its smooth maple neck and classically-designed tuners to its high output diamond plus pickups. This bass offers a bright reflective sound that's perfect for playing both blended rhythms and aggressive leads.
For the more experienced player who is in the market for something really special, there's the Hellraiser Extreme-5 Electric Bass Guitar. Crafted from top-notch mahogany with a quilted maple top and a walnut neck, this bass is as much of a work-of-art as it is an instrument.
Schecter is also home to an impressive collection of signature models that were made in collaboration with some of the industry's greatest bassists. The Nikki Sixx Electric Bass Guitar is a prime example of a Schecter collaboration. Designed to Nikki's specifications, this bass is loaded with high-quality Schecter parts like Grover tuners, choice tonewoods and EMG active pickups. It also looks as incredible as it sounds thanks to its slick black chrome hardware, crème dot inlays and rich vintage starburst finish. For rockers that want to showcase their heavy-metal skills, this is the bass for you.
Regardless of the model you choose, you can be sure that you're always getting the best in quality and craftsmanship with a bass from Schecter. Whether you're a hard-hitting stage performer or a self-proclaimed garage-band great, you'll be sure to hit your musical stride with a Schecter Guitar Research bass.