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SPECTOR® Club - Part 50

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by smperry, Dec 4, 2012.


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  1. smperry

    smperry Moderator Supporting Member

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  3. bclark812008

    bclark812008 Supporting Member

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    IN!! ...and hoping my fretless will be here in the coming weeks! :hyper:

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  4. cableguy

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    Dropping in before heading off to work on some big planes............:bassist:


    Opps, wrong pic, doesn't have my white NS2A, oh well.
     

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  6. PostFusion

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    I love that finish.
    That wait must be excruciating.
     
  7. bassgiant15

    bassgiant15 Supporting Member

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    In!!!!
     

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  8. awilkie84

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    OK, so to carry on from the previous thread...

    I did some research & my TonePump won't have the internal gain control. It's a 2006. From what I've found on the TonePump circuit, this gain control was not added until 2008.
    This also rules out the option of running it as an 18v circuit.

    I found this information here: http://www.talkbass.com/forum/f38/spector-tonepump-specs-questions-wirings-670840/

    I guess I'm left with getting a US 18v or an aftermarket, like an Aguilar OBP-2 or EMG BQC.
     
  9. spector_boogie

    spector_boogie No Limit Honky Supporting Member

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    i haven't tried the Aggy pres in a Spector, but the EMG's sound good IME.
     
  10. bclark812008

    bclark812008 Supporting Member

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    Cableguy, is that a bottle opener on the front of your cab?? If so, that is AWESOME!!!! :bassist::bassist:
     
  11. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man Supporting Member

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  12. bclark812008

    bclark812008 Supporting Member

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    I absolutely love the Aggie OBP-2 and 3!!! You can dial in some nice round warm sounds or get real growly!!

    Besides, if Stuart thinks that the OBP-2 is good enough for the Forte, Coda and the OBP-3 for the US BO, they have to be doing something right! :D
     
  13. sumgruuvz

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    present and done jamming for a bit :)
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    spector_boogie No Limit Honky Supporting Member

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  15. Reptileroundabo

    Reptileroundabo Polka till you puke..

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    New Spector endorsing artist! can i get a number?

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  16. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man Supporting Member

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    Good choice on the new MMMMMMMBOP!
     
  17. JPSBassist

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    Wow. Number 50. That's approximately 50,000 posts.
    Sweet.

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  18. Basstovsky

    Basstovsky The guy with the dumb username... Supporting Member

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    That NS-5 looks so tasty but I gotta have 35" on my 5's, I don;t have the dough for that kinda Spector anyways! :D
     
  19. cableguy

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    Yes it is!!!!!!! My own add-on option to the fEARful design........:D
     
  20. sumgruuvz

    sumgruuvz Supporting Member

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    we just talk too much, patrick.
     
  21. bclark812008

    bclark812008 Supporting Member

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    I like it! I am thinking of getting a fEARful cab sometime next year! I have a DNA 112N which is a really nice cab, but I'm definitely interested in the fEARful 15/6 or 15/6/1! I've got a guy local who builds them and he said I could come by when my 5 string gets here and try out some of his demos! CANT WAIT! :D
     

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