EDIT: Both basses sold in a short period of time. I did mark each as sold, to prevent confusion of which bass was which. I'm putting up both of my Spector Euros. I'm looking for a sale or a trade for either for an Fender American Standard p-bass with a rosewood fretboard. Not interested in the S1 switching system, though. Spector Euro 4 LX Priced to move at $OLD ($850 was selling price), shipped in the continental US. Gorgeous wood, a little flicker in the flame, and it plays and sounds like the roaring beast you would expect. Neck is great, action sets up low and clean, EMGs as one would expect. As others have said, this is a true hammer of the gods. Warwick Rockbag included (no worries, I have a great method for shipping bagged instruments safely). Spector NS4CR-FL Fretless w/ Spector HSC Priced to move at $OLD ($650 was selling price) shipped in the continental US. This is an early one with the serial in the control cavity. The neck was stripped and shaved when the previous owner bought it, and this is the thinnest neck I have seen on a Euro Spector. Has a bone nut, and tight grained rosewood or pao ferro board. Dot markers at the usual fingering positions, has a marker put in at the first position. Has EMG P&J pickups with a Euro copy of the Spector 9 volt preamp. The center detent does not work on the bass control and that control is occasionally scratchy, but I rarely notice. Could be remedied with some Deox-It fader lube. It has a set of S.I.T. Silencers on this bass, which are inverse wound, round wound strings, a different take on semi flats so the fingerboard has minimal string marking. The fretboard is clean and in great shape, overall Gold hardware, matte bridge, Schaller tuners and gold Dunlop straplocks. This bass has all the mwahhh you'd want and can get some of the Spector grind and growl with fresh strings. The J bass soloed gets that classic fretless midrange sing that is tight and sustains like no ones business. Cash price is $650.00 shipped lower 48 only. The neck width at the nut is 1.56" and the bass weighs a bit under 10 lbs on a bathroom scale. The neck was thinned to about .75" at the first (fret) position. The volute was even trimmed down to look good with the thinner carve. It's a super fast neck and is very comfortable to play. One of the best Spectors I've ever played. PICTURES!