The Schecter Riot-6 Deluxe 6 String Electric Bass Guitar is your ticket to a broad range of tones. With a 35" scale length and special body design this Schecter produces consistently clear notes all a... Click To Read More About This Product
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The Schecter Riot-6 Deluxe 6 String Electric Bass Guitar is your ticket to a broad range of tones. With a 35" scale length and special body design this Schecter produces consistently clear notes all across its extended range.
The Riot-6 has a mahogany body and a stable neck of multi-laminate maple and walnut. The rosewood fingerboard has 24 X-jumbo frets with dot inlays.
Schecter Diamond active pickups with active 2-band EQ and master blend and volume controls allow you to adjust your tone to suit any style.
Schecter equips the Riot-6 bass with a string-thru bridge to maximize tone resonance. Schecter completes this 6-string bass with black chrome hardware.
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I bought this guitar yesterday after spending 4 hours trying every electric guitar between $144 and $500. I was looking for something that had a rich, full sound when played clean I'm an adult who plays mostly Foo Fighters, Eve 6 and Neil Young type stuff. I was pretty sure I wanted a mid -priced Les Paul until I played the Schecter. The neck is thin and smooth, but the big shock for me was the pickups. They have a smooth and powerful sound that can replace an acoustic with the neck pickup and the bridge has enough drive to overdrive an amp with very small amount of gain dialed in. Skynyrd sounds great, even on the Honeytone I sneak into my office at work. If you want a really full acoustic sound on the cheap, try this with an "Acoustic 20" amp. The tuners are light years ahead of any LP I tried and none of the cheap Schecters had any fret buzz. I think they radius the fret board slightly from the 7th to the 12th fret to do this on all their guitars.