Hello. So I realize this topic has been brought up before, but I'm asking something a little more specific. I have a Spector NS4CR from 1999 or 2000, and I find it to be extremely lacking in lower midrange. I've tried boosting the midrange in my amps, and used an outboard preamp as well without much success at getting the tone I'm looking for. Would changing to a 3 band preamp with midrange such as the emg bqc system help with this? Or is the lack of midrange more to do with the construction, tonewoods, etc? I loved the Spector sound years ago when I bought it. Perfect heavy low end for rock/metal/etc. I'm playing some different styles now though and am looking for more of a warm lower midrange tone, kind of like an active Fender PJ or jazz bass. But I love the modern design of the Spector. I'm hoping I can get a sound closer to that out of this bass. Any idea if the preamp swap will help with this? Or do I just need a different bass entirely? I'm open to any other suggestions. Thanks.