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Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by incognito89x, Jun 20, 2007.
I agree, a beauty. The grain is one of a kind.
As a fellow US Spector owner... That is a sweet bass. The price seems pretty damn good too.
How much does that baby weigh?
It's fairly light. I believe it weighed about 8 and a half pounds if I recall (compared to my bubinga 4 which weighs 10+ )
that grain is hypnotizing...
I own a couple of the Spector USA bolt-on's (one spalt and one quilt), and love them...That one is beautiful also! It also looks familiar...By chance, did you buy it from Beaver?
I got this from fellow TB'er firkinahsoul a couple years ago.
I just bought a new bass, so I'm mostly looking to just sell outright now.
That is a simply amazing bass. Sadly just a little too much for me right now. Picking up a nice spectorcore fretless 5 =)
Good luck with that beauty and the new member of the family!
Thanks I've got an Elrick coming in. I'm excited. Always wanted to try one of them.
PMs replied. Still available.
I noticed that this has the EMG 45TW in the bridge position. Is one of the knobs a push-pull to switch this pickup between single coil and double coil configurations?
Also I saw the question was already asked, but I didn't see an answer: Does it come with a hard case or gigbag?
Wow... yes, one of the knobs is push pull, and I never knew that until just now
The bass comes with the padded Spector gigbag.
Sweet! So this means fellas, that you can go from all out Jazz bass to a punchy Hum-Single configuration. This also means that I want this bass even more!
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...and makes it harder to sell
It sounds incredible the the pot pulled out.
Free morning bumpage.
Moondoggy knows his pups! Actually the 40TW is an excellent selling advantage. It's the pickup I'm planning for the bridge position of my Spector.
Oh yeh....mezmerizing spalted maple (ya know I needed to say that).
Thanks I agree, some of the nicest Spalted that I've come across. Lots of variety in the grain.
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