Spector Euro 4 LX Limited Edition White
I am currently a Fender player and looking to branch out. I have heard people say Fenders and Spectors are 2 completely different animals. I understand that but for sentimental reasons, I have always dug the Sting White Spector from the Synchronicity Tour.
This brings me to my question: Is there an enormous difference between the original NS2 and the Euros? I may have enough to go high end Euro but not full on NS2 unless I get lucky and find a used one.
I don't post much so maybe I should have posted this in the Spector Club but I would like an unbiased opinion.
Thanks in advance and Rock On!! :bassist:
The USA models are all maple and have a different pre amp.
The Hazlab that came on the US is different. What my buddy did was take his early version Czech Euro that was all-maple body, and he bought a Hazlab preamp from Spector. Says it absolutely smokes like his pre-Kramer NS2's that he also has.
Well, the bass specs are here http://www.spectorbass.com/SE/se5.html
Contrary to the Euro LX models, it's all maple like the NS2, plus same EMG pickups.
The preamp is different, but IMO the tonepump can get 90% the sound of the original.
I think it's an amazing choice if you're a fan of the Sting White Spector sound and look ;)
good catch, the limited edition bass is all maple, like a good old fashioned NS2. the tonepump preamp has its fans and detractors, but yours will have a trim pot so that the usual issue of crazy high output is a non issue.
you'll definitely get a fantastic sounding and playing bass that has the classic Spector tone.
Cool! Thanks a bunch for the input. On
with my quest...
you could go after an older ns4crfm which has the solid maple wings like the ns2...not sure the ns4crfm came in white or not, though
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