The elegant Schecter Stiletto 6 has a sleek, Euro-contoured mahogany body with a lacewood top. Lacewood is known for it's beautiful, intricate grain patterns and warm, yet defined tone.The Stilletto-6... Click To Read More About This Product
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The elegant Schecter Stiletto 6 has a sleek, Euro-contoured mahogany body with a lacewood top. Lacewood is known for it's beautiful, intricate grain patterns and warm, yet defined tone.
The Stilletto-6 Guitar's EMG HZ passive pickup set includes S-1 single coil pickups in the neck and middle positions and a powerful H4 humbucker at the bridge. EMG HZs incorporate overwound coils and a ceramic magnet for the punch and attack of the newer passive designs along with added brilliance for a better-defined tone.
A beautiful transparent finish allows the lacewood grain to shine through; traditional dot inlays, a black pickguard, and a stiletto inlay on the black headstock visually tie this highly playable electric guitar together with class.
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If you are looking for a guitar capable of playing everything from ACDC to ZZ Top this one can do it. The pick ups are phenominal for passive pick ups and the lace wood top produces a great brown sound very Van Halen like. It comes standard with an awesome Floyd Rose Trem and the neck is fast and has 24 playable frets. This is truly a steal at it's current price and as an owner of a USA Fat Strat, PRS SE, and a Schecter Hellraiser this one just became my number two guitar.
fans of alice in chains, down, mad season, acdc, nirvana, buckcherry, hendrix, kiss, black sabbath, will explore the well balanced properties of this guitar with ease. on looks, the guitar has a hint of vintage, amber satin especially. this will easily please collectors of vintage axes, as for the tone, personally love the body material that carries the sound, the pickups are smooth and can hit very hard levels, its neck seems evenly made for a range of players. reccomended for players who like to mix technicality with an eerie, yet dominering sound