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

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  1. Holdsg

    Holdsg If its got strings, and sings, I'm interested Supporting Member

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    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 If its got strings, and sings, I'm interested Supporting Member

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    Holdsg If its got strings, and sings, I'm interested Supporting Member

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    can't believe it, but its on hold, pending clearance of funds.
     
  4. jbravo

    jbravo Precision bass...what else?? Supporting Member

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    I can believe it... beautiful top!!!
     
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    xEriatarka Supporting Member

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    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.
     
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    Bump..for a nice Spector! and a good guy to deal with.
     
  8. Holdsg

    Holdsg If its got strings, and sings, I'm interested Supporting Member

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    thanks Shoe27. thread is closed
     

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