Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by smperry, Dec 20, 2013.
Continued from: http://www.talkbass.com/forum/f8/spector%AE-club-part-72-a-1033150/
First! Spector Forte-X sighting in the wild of North Bend WA
In - finally with a family photo!
Roll call from #72 - such a diverse club!
Total Posts: 1,075
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Torn Bassist 136
NOLA Bass 8
Timm Grimm 7
Pills Are Yummy 5
THE DANiMAL 2
Joe Murray 2
Unfinely Tuned 1
celinder 72 1
The Rage 1
Ok, still on the tuning head hunt for the euros!
there is this at schaller, the light version as recommended by Grendel... a 90 degree set screw in 8 finishes:
Still not available from the US retailers i've found, but a few of the light models are showing up on ebay.
One good thing, my hipshot de-tuner for schaller did arrive today and fit with no problem, so the transformation to blackout has begun.
Hopefully the bridge will arrive soon from Spector
obligatory before shot:
26 posts? Wow I am super active...
The ad ran out on my Warwick. Gonna try to sell it off again after new year so I can get my new Euro 6LX...
in with my NS2000/5 I don't brag about this bass on here as much as I should. non-trim tonepump and EMG HZs, its magical to me. I do want to put some 40/j 40/CS pups in there tho
I'm IN right there with ya brother!
With my NS2J SE #10 Woodstock...
And the rest of the clan...
In....... And on the first page!!!! Legend P/J w/EMGX and BQC, ReBop Zebra w/18v Trim TP and the family / studio space
The Forte 4 is gone, so I'm down to the Euro 5 and the Rebop 4.
Put this together about a month ago, but wasn't digging the EMG BQC pre that was in it.
Finally put a trim Tone Pump in it tonight to match my other Spectors and...........
What a relief.
The BQC, even with the full three band was just kind of wimpy. The TP just sounds so much ballsier. Thicker low end too.
In and currently looking for a white Euro to go with this one.
In with my blue SSD 5P
Here's a "Big Blue Christmas" to everyone from the iceboxbass house
Happy Holidays to all my fellow Spector Brothers, and I'm IN.
In with my good 'ole NS2a!
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