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SOLD FS/FT: Spector Euro 4LX Doug Wimbish Sig with NS Hard Case

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Holdsg, Jan 9, 2014.


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  1. Holdsg

    Holdsg Life's too short to play a bass you don't like Supporting Member

    Sep 10, 2009
    Alta Loma, CA
    Priced at $1400 OBO shipped within North America including the Spector NS Hard case. Will not ship outside of North America.

    Trades considered:
    5-string Spectors
    5-string Music Man
    5-string Laklands
    5-string Sadowsky Metros
    5-string Lulls, see a pattern?
    but for all of these, if you have one with a 1.75" neck width, I'm more interested than if its 1.875".

    This is a very new, a few months old and never gigged, Doug Wimbish signature model Spector Euro 4 LX. The Wimbish model is based on the US NS-2 that Doug plays on stage. The Wimbish is different from other Spector models for having a jazz-width neck (1.5" most Spector 4 strings are 1.61") and for the Amber finish. Made in the Czech Republic this neck-thru bass sounds great and plays great. If you prefer the narrow neck, this is the bass for you.

    The only thing I have done for the bass is change the strings to DR Legends flatwounds and do a proper setup. This has the Spector Tone Pump preamp, which has a handy trim pot on the preamp.

    Comes with the Spector NS Hard Case, which is an $150 add-on if buying from a dealer.
    Condition of this bass is 10/10, there are no dings, "like new" condition.
    Weight of the bass is 9 lbs.

    Here are all the Specs on this bass from Spector's website:

    SPECS & OPTIONS

    NECK CONSTRUCTION
    NECK CONSTRUCTION: 3-Piece USA Rock Maple Carbon Fiber Reinforced, Neck-Thru Body Construction
    FINGERBOARD: Rosewood
    NECK INLAYS: Spector® Crown Inlays™ - Mother-of-Pearl Standard
    NUMBER OF FRETS: 24
    SCALE LENGTH: 34"
    RADIUS: 16"
    STRING SPACING AT BRIDGE: 0.75"
    NUT WIDTH: 1.50"
    TRUSS HEX KEY SIZE: 4mm
    TRUSS ROD TYPE: Stainless steel - Double-Action
    NUT MATERIAL: Brass

    BODY CONSTRUCTION
    This model features the Original Spector® NS-Bass™ Neck-thru Body Design.
    BODY CONSTRUCTION: Composite Mesh:
    Top: USA Figured Maple
    Center: Walnut Slice
    Back: European Alder
    STANDARD COLOR: Ultra-Amber


    HARDWARE
    COLOR: Gold
    BRIDGE: Spector® Europe Series Locking Bridge™
    BRIDGE HEX KEY SIZE: 2mm
    TUNERS: Schaller® M4™
    STRAP BUTTON: Schaller® Straplock™

    ELECTRONICS
    TONE CIRCUIT: Spector® TonePump™
    CIRCUIT TYPE: Active - 2-Band
    CIRCUIT VOLTAGE: 9-Volt
    BRIDGE PICKUP: EMG® J™
    NECK PICKUP: EMG® P™
    PICKUP TYPE: Active


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  2. Holdsg

    Holdsg Life's too short to play a bass you don't like Supporting Member

    Sep 10, 2009
    Alta Loma, CA
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  4. Holdsg

    Holdsg Life's too short to play a bass you don't like Supporting Member

    Sep 10, 2009
    Alta Loma, CA
    can't believe it, but its on hold, pending clearance of funds.
     
  5. jbravo

    jbravo Supporting Member

    Jun 1, 2009
    South Dakota
    I can believe it... beautiful top!!!
     
  6. If things fall through, I have a Lakland DJ5 that I may consider. I'm over in Los Angeles, so I wouldn't mind meeting half way.
     
  7. Shoe27

    Shoe27

    Jan 27, 2012
    New Orleans
    Bump..for a nice Spector! and a good guy to deal with.
     
  8. Holdsg

    Holdsg Life's too short to play a bass you don't like Supporting Member

    Sep 10, 2009
    Alta Loma, CA
    thanks Shoe27. thread is closed
     



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