'85 Spector NS-2B vs Sire V7

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by SweetKetchup, Jan 28, 2017.


  1. SweetKetchup

    SweetKetchup

    Nov 29, 2015
    Romania
    The Spector has upgraded electronics & hardware (SD Quarter Pounder P/J, OrangeDrop caps, Dunlop straplocks), while the Sire is stock.

    I am mainly looking for aggressive, growling attack and I know both of them should provide one. I want to know if this Korean Spector has "that Spector sound" and if it is better construction-wise than the V7.
     
  2. Notrebble

    Notrebble

    Nov 25, 2015
    Have you looked at the M7? It has that deeper growl you may be looking for.
     
  3. svlilioukalani

    svlilioukalani Supporting Member

    Sep 19, 2012
    Seattle, Wa
    I gigged one of those Spector basses back in the 80's. And, I have managed to hang onto it all these years. I feel the Spector bass is a higher quality bass. It does not have the Spector "Tone Pump" pre-amp so it will not have the classic Spector sound. What the Sire has going for it is the pre-amp is a good one. I saw Marcus Miller a few months ago and he played several songs on a stock sire. He sounded great.

    Both are good basses. Ans should get you close to what you want. Good luck........
     
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