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Wow new spector p bass

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by decentbassbreh, Jan 22, 2014.

  1. decentbassbreh

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  2. Nobody

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    That looks incredible!
  3. Hamlet7768

    Hamlet7768 Here to chew gum and rock. Still have gum. Supporting Member

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  4. Clouz

    Clouz The Ayatollah of Jack and Cola Supporting Member

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    looks like an eq too. mmmmmm :eek:
  5. awilkie84

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    There's a red one going to NAMM, too

    Aguilar OBP-2
  6. StuartV

    StuartV Out of GAS!! Supporting Member

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    You could build your own from Warmoth parts to pretty much be exactly what you see there (barring whatever headstock shape it may have)...
  7. Philonius

    Philonius Supporting Member

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    Spector Club was on to this a few days ago.
  8. Mortom27

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    SWEET!!!!
    Do you know how much is it??
  9. Troph

    Troph Supporting Member

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    It certainly appears to me that the strings are off-centered on the neck, with the G string a good 3mm closer to the fretboard edge. :eek:
  10. awilkie84

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    I'd like to see you get a AAAA tube quilt maple top with MoP Spector Crown inlays on a AAA Birdseye maple neck at the craftsmanship level that Spectors are reknowned for from Warmoth.

    Yes, you could build something similar, but it's not going to be a Spector.

    As a test, I did a body & neck up with as close to these specs as I could get. You can't even choose your AAAA tube quilt top. You have to settle for what they consider Quilted maple.

    It's $1400ish just for the body & neck. You then need tuners, pickup, pre-amp, jack, bridge, strap locks & every other accessory, and a hardshell case. By the time you have all this, it's only a couple $100 difference to go to the Spector.

    The picture's not straight.
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    Dang, I would rock the CRAP outta that! I'm a P-bass guy, and this is right up my alley. Always wanted a Spector.
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    Ooohh, G.A.S. pains... Please pass the Aka Seltzer.
  14. StevieMac

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    Well this is an emotional setback..
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    That is a thing of beauty, for sure.

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