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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by smperry, Mar 28, 2014.
I can see that - red and blue were quite popular guitar colors in the 80s and early 90s.
I have a repair question for Spector owners:
I have a Euro 5 LE with a input jack that crackles a lot. Spector doesn't seem to have replacement parts on their website.
I know it is a barrel input jack. Can anyone recommend a particularly good one that they have used to replace the stock one?
That sounds great!
Like to see the settings on your x7 if you wouldn’t mind. I e been experimenting quite a bit as well.
I've used these for quite a while with good luck;
https://www.musiciansfriend.com/acc...976000001000?rNtt=proline guitar jack&index=3
Just thought I'd let everyone know I listed my 435lx for sale. I caught the dingwall bug and moving to playing only 5 strings so unfortunately I need to move this one along.
For Sale - 2016 Spector Euro 435LX
Sounds excellent!!! Love the tone!!!
Sure thing, my pedalboard is at the rehearsal space, so it may take me a day or so to get a photo......
Switchcraft 152 w/o cable clamp. Make sure to buy the stereo version (3terminals)
I need it to be stereo?
My band's new EP is finally coming out. Just released for pre-order last night along with the first video. Spector Euro 435LX (w Haz 9v preamp) into a Reddi Tube DI (colored but clean) and Bergantino B|amp (dirt).
It’s not stereo per se. One terminal is for signal, one for ground and the third terminal is for activating the battery.
like this one
Switchcraft : Product Summary
I have a white Euro, with the SNC pre, and DR lo riders on mine as well. It's a dirty, killer combo. So your tone is very similar to mine.
I love DR strings. lo-riders might be my favorite, but they have a bit too high tension for me at least medium gauge. I need to try a lighter gauge and see how those work
I love high tension strings. Those work great for me and in nickel. I'll use those string on that Spector as long as I own it.
I had a T-40. I hated it at the time and now I kinda wish I still had it. Plus they fetch a lot more money than they did in '94.
My NS2000/5 is a pretty heavy maple bass. It definitely sounds great. Everything about the bass from the brass nut to the bridge,to the neck thru design and maple...it all just makes a great sounding bass. I love my old Korean Spector and I've tried several Czech models and I havent found one that I would trade my Korean bass for.
My Spector USA JJ weighs all of 7 pounds and sounds thunderous. It’s just one of many lightweight basses I’ve played that can bark with the big dogs.
The weight=tone mantra is definitely all wet.
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