The Schecter Stargazer 4 Electric Bass Guitar packs a variety of tones into a body style that harks back to the '60s. Powerfull EMG pickups are controlled by a master volume, master blend, and 2-band ... Click To Read More About This Product
The Schecter Stargazer 4 Electric Bass Guitar packs a variety of tones into a body style that harks back to the '60s. Powerfull EMG pickups are controlled by a master volume, master blend, and 2-band active EQ for a wide palette of sonic colors. The maple neck has a comfortable feel and features a fast rosewood fingerboard with 34" scale and 24 X jumbo frets. All this amidst a retro vibe of sunburst crimson and pearloid.
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Comments about Schecter Guitar Research Stargazer 4 Electric Bass Guitar:
Just picked this one up as a back-up for my Geddy Lee signature bass. I'm really diggin' it. At first, the Stargazer was a little pangy sounding for my tastes, but some different strings and pick-up adjustments really helped to give it more of a dirty deeper growl. The MM style bridge pup is something new to me, but I'm starting to like it. There are a lot of adjustments available on this bass that allows for dialing in many different tones. The neck feels great and the strings are spaced a little closer than a Fender which is good for shorter fingers, but there's still room to dig in to it and get some extra growl/snarl. The neck is 1 1/2" at the nut, so that is similar to the Jazz bass, which I like. The finish on this bass is beautiful. I get a lot of good comments on the looks of this bass. It is a really cool looking bass because it has a familiar style but not so close a to be a copy. I would say that this instrument is definitely worth the money. The used Stargazers seem to be holding their value too, so it's a pretty safe bet.