Spector ns?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by ericf1, Feb 17, 2014.


  1. ericf1

    ericf1

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    Years ago I had a Spector Ns2 and sold it (foolishly). Now, I don't want to spend the money to buy another, but would like to find a bass with a neck profile close to the Spector. Anyone have a recommendation?
     
  2. 5string5fingers

    5string5fingers Supporting Member

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    Never played a spector ns2 before but if i had to guess, the spector performer series would be the closest thing.
     
  3. dukeisdog

    dukeisdog Supporting Member

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    Look at a Spector NS2A. They're discontinued Korean neck thrus just like the USA NS2.
     
  4. TinIndian

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    You can get a Spector Euro LX used for a little more than a grand. Dont know what you have for a budget.
     
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  6. ericf1

    ericf1

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    Not a fan of the performer series......they just don't feel right. Was hoping for a "cheap" bass with a neck like the Ns2, as reference, I am looking at the blacktop jazz price point.
     
  7. MDBass

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    Keep an eye out for an NS-2A, preferably with active EMG's and the Korean Haz preamp...similar neck to a Kramer era NS-2 and 90% of the way to US NS-2 tone for a fraction of the cost ;)
     
  8. gene beauchamp

    gene beauchamp Supporting Member

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    There is a black ns2a on here fore sale. I still prefer the euro. A lot more refined.
     

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