Schecter Stiletto Extreme 5 - Black Cherry

5-string Electric Bass with Mahogany Body, Figured Maple Top, Maple Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, and 2 Humbucking Pickups - Black Cherry
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Weight: 8lbs 10oz
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You're looking at Serial IW16010795
Weight: 8lbs 10oz
Schecter Stiletto Extreme 5 - Black Cherry image 1
$519.00
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Take 5-string Bass to the Extreme!

Schecter's ultra-playable Stiletto Extreme 5 solidbody bass guitar gives you an amazing playing experience. From its gorgeous figured-maple top to its sustain-friendly mahogany body to its super-fast maple neck, the Stiletto Extreme 5 oozes attitude and tone. You'll love the pair of Schecter Diamond Bass pickups and the active electronics; this setup lets you conjure practically any kind of bass tone you want - and plenty of it. Top-grade components keep this bass in stable tune, for worry-free performance. You'll also appreciate the cool Vector inlays that grace the rosewood fingerboard. The Stiletto Extreme 5 is a class act!

Schecter Stiletto Extreme 5 Solidbody Bass Guitar Features:
  • Color: Black Cherry
  • Construction: 6 Bolt-on
  • Body: Mahogany w/Figured Maple Top
  • Neck: Maple
  • Finger Board: Rosewood
  • Frets: 24X Jumbo
  • Inlay: Vector
  • Bindings: Multi-Ply
  • Tuners: Schecter
  • Pickups: Schecter Diamond Bass
  • Electronics: Master Vol/Master Blend/EMG Active 2 band EQ
  • Available Bridges: - Diamond
  • Scale: 35"
  • Hardware: Black Chrome
Pick up a Schecter Stiletto Extreme 5 bass and get ready for 5-string bass bliss!

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Tech Specs

Body Shape Stiletto
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Number of Strings 5
Color Black Cherry
Body Material Mahogany with Figured Maple Wings
Body Finish Polyester
Neck Material Maple, Bolt-on
Neck Shape Thin C
Nut Width 1.771"
Fingerboard Material Rosewood, 14" Radius
Fingerboard Inlay Vector
Number of Frets 24, X-Jumbo
Scale Length 35"
Bridge/Tailpiece Diamond Bridge
Tuners Bass
Number of Pickups 2
Neck Pickup Humbucker
Bridge Pickup Humbucker
Controls 1 x Volume, 1 x Blend, 2 x Active EQ
Strings Ernie Ball, (.045-.130)
Manufacturer Part Number 2502

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
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5/5

Schecter Stiletto Extreme 5 - Black Cherry

This guitar made my son's Christmas. The individuals working for Sweetwater are real gentleman and extrmely helpful. Thanks for the candy. Small gifts do not go unnoticed. I will be visiting your site in the future. Happy New Year, Jeff and Jim
5/5

great sound

This is a great guitar. It plays great and sounds great. And looks great too. The craftsmanship that went in to making it is great too. I really appreciate the staff at Sweetwater, you guys went way beyond the norm to ensure my satisfaction. I will be a loyal customer from now on. Can't thank you enough!
Music background: cdl class a truck driver.
4.5/5

Great sound

First of all, I received the bass the next day even though I was told that since I ordered it on a Thursday night I probably wouldn't receive it until Monday. It sounds great! And it doesn't weight much, which was a primary concern for me since I am a girl. I would recommend this bass to anyone.
4/5

Sexy and Sweet

Aside from just looking sexy as hell, this thing plays nicely. Though they're marketed as metal basses, this bass can sound both aggressive and edgy, as well as silky smooth, depending on pickup & eq knob adjustments. So, for how they look and sound, they're both amazing. I'm a bit disappointed, however, at how often I have to adjust the bridge...seems the my strings slowly lower, and I keep having to raise them up at the bridge (whatever those allen wrench screws are called that raise and lower the height of each string at the bridge). I've never had to do this on a regular basis. Also, one of the knobs seems to rub against the body of the bass while turning it. Seems like it shouldn't have passed inspection because of it. Not a big deal, but just a minor nuisance.
4/5

bass guitar

A great guitar for the price, good crisp tone , good low end. I can't say anything bad about it. I have small hands so this is the bass for me, brings back memories. Thanks sweetwater and a special thanks to Kurt.
Music background: have been playing over 20yrs. bass,guitar,keys.
See also: Schecter, Schecter 5-string Bass Guitars