This is a fantastic "mid-end" bass guitar and features thru-body design, with EMG pickups gold hardware and a beautiful Honey satin finish. The dual EMG HZ pickups and the Mahogany body with a Bubinga center provides excellent highs and fat low end tone (my Peavey is also bubinga, and this is a fantastic wood). This was one of my first bass guitars, and a longtime favorite, but now I play exclusively through my Peavey Cirrus 5, and I'm just trying to consolidate and get my gear to some people who will find use for it.
The bass has been kept in a case, but it was my gigging bass for a few years, so it has some normal playing wear and tear. There are minor finger nail indentations in the body, and one nick that goes through the finish (shown in the picture below the knobs). But the bass is in fantastic condition all around, and the electronics and intonation are great, this bass is setup up to go out and rock, or hit the studio.
(below taken from the guitar center listing)
The elegant Schecter Stiletto Studio-5 Bass pulls out all the stops with neck-thru-body, multilaminate construction and high-end appointments. It features a mahogany with bubinga body, multilaminate maple and walnut neck, and rosewood fingerboard with 24 jumbo frets and offset dot inlays. Also features a diamond custom bridge, Grover tuners, EMG-HZ pickups, 3-band EQ, master volume and blend controls, and satin gold hardware.
I am including a hardshell roadmaster case not pictured.
Schecter Guitar Research Stiletto Studio-5 Bass Features:
* Construction/scale: neck-thru/35"
* Body: mahogany with bubinga
* Neck/fingerboard: multilaminate maple & walnut/rosewood
* Frets: 24 jumbo
* Inlays: offset dots
* Pickups: EMG HZ
* Electronics: master vol/blend/3-band EQ
* Bridge: Diamond Custom
* Binding: none
* Tuners: Grover
* Hardware: satin gold
* Color: honey satin