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Trying to identify this Spector Bass

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Duppy, Apr 8, 2012.


  1. Duppy

    Duppy

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    Hi, my first post here but i'm sure i'll be badgering you lots more as I start my quest into bass playing.

    I've got a Spector Bass that I can't find any details or info about this particular model. Any help you guys can give, including what it's value might be, would be much appreciated.

    Here's some pics:
    http://www.willworkforfood.co.uk/spector/Spector_1.jpg
    http://www.willworkforfood.co.uk/spector/Spector_2.jpg
    http://www.willworkforfood.co.uk/spector/Spector_3.jpg
    http://www.willworkforfood.co.uk/spector/Spector_4.jpg
    http://www.willworkforfood.co.uk/spector/Spector_5.jpg

    Thanks.
     
  2. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man Supporting Member

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    Performer...
     
  3. Luke S Mouse

    Luke S Mouse

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    Yes, this douchebag just posted again
    Beautiful piece you have there. How does it sound?
     
  4. worshiprocker

    worshiprocker Tonepump Junkie

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    Endorsing Artist: Spector Basses
    NS-2000B™
    Bolt-on flat body version of
    NS-20004™ Body Shape

    Single Passive Humbucking Pickup
    Passive EQ
    One Piece Neck
    Chrome Bridge mounted flat on body (no routing).
    1997-1998 Unknown
    $479.00

    source: http://spectorbass.com/about/model_years_3.html
     
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  6. Jaymi

    Jaymi Pink Bass Man Supporting Member

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    Donny, you rock!
     
  7. worshiprocker

    worshiprocker Tonepump Junkie

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    Thanks Jaymi, I have a small obsession with Spectors lol
     
  8. Duppy

    Duppy

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    Ahhh that's great thanks, chuffed you could help me out. It sounds great and easy to play, but not really the bass sound i'm after. I'm thinking of selling/trading it to get a P Bass. Any idea on what it's value might be? It's in fair condition.
     
  9. AMp'D.2play

    AMp'D.2play Supporting Member

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    You are skirting the TB rules when it comes to pricing an instrument in a thread. Become a Supporting Member. Searching the classifieds should give you a ballpark idea of what you're looking for.

    Oh, and welcome to TB!
     
  10. awilkie84

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    Is it just me, or does this thing have the goofiest intonation setup ever??
     
  11. Duppy

    Duppy

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    Sorry about skirting the rules, I will have a nose around in the classifieds.

    As fro the intonation, i've never touched it since it was given to me. It's not really the sound i'm after so i've tended to stick to playing my Jazz Bass copy. But does feel nice, i'm sure with a proper set up and a bit of TLC it'll be a great bass to the right person.
     

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