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Just landed a Korean Spector for $200 bucks!

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by TUEP, Jun 30, 2014.

  1. TUEP


    Apr 8, 2007
    Its got a dark natural finish, passive EMJ HZ P and J pups, gold hardware, 24 fret rosewood fretboard. I sold a rifle I had and landed this beauty. I have heard great things about the Korean Spectors, so far it sounds sweet. Still trying to figure out what all the knobs do. LOL
  2. TUEP


    Apr 8, 2007
    Does anyone have a PDF for the manual. I think what I have is a NS2A.
  3. wvbass

    wvbass Supporting Member

    Mar 1, 2004
    West Virginia
    You can't ask for help or manuals before you post pics. Rules are rules.
  4. NicJimBass

    NicJimBass Flossin'? I thought your name was Munson! Supporting Member

    Nov 22, 2004
    Lancaster, OH
    64 Audio · DR Strings · Source Audio · Hipshot
  5. Remyd


    Apr 2, 2014
    St. Louis, MO
    Pics or it didn't happen!
  6. RandalPinkFloyd


    Jun 3, 2012
    Nice score. I'm a huge Spector fan. Like the others said, pics!
  7. TUEP


    Apr 8, 2007
    I don't have a way of taking pics. The only thing wrong with this bass is that it could use a setup. The open G buzzes. I gave the neck some relief and brought the saddle up a bit. After further research I have found that this is not a NS2A, but a Legen 4 with the PJ setup, and the Bubinga wood.
  8. CrashClint

    CrashClint I Play Bass therefore I Am

    Nov 15, 2005
    Wake Forest, NC
    DR Strings Dealer (local only)
    I had one years ago and it played fantastic though the preamp was tough on batteries it sounded great.
  9. TUEP


    Apr 8, 2007
    You might be thinking the original NS2A, turns out mine is a passive Legend. Still sounds nice though.
  10. Tracebassplayer

    Tracebassplayer Sometimes Darkness Can Show You The Light.

    Dec 15, 2000
    Portland, OR
    Legends aren't passive unless someone removed the preamp.
    Performers are passive but wouldn't have gold hardware or bubinga tops....

    Take some pics with your phones camera, get a free account at photobucket, upload pics, post pics from photobucket to the thread...
    Then we can actually help you correctly ID the bass and maybe point you in the right direction for restoring it to what it should be.

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