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Discussion in 'Bass Central' started by JPSBassist, Apr 11, 2010.

  1. JPSBassist


    Feb 10, 2010
    Santa Barbara
    Hey everyone!

    I just got my second Spector from Beaver and crew and again I can't tell you how pleased I am with the service.

    You're not going to find a cooler group of guys to deal with.

    I even did a trade-in on this purchase. I shipped one of my older basses to them. They checked it out and gave me what I consider to be an awesome trade-in value for it.

    I dealt with Beaver directly and I'm so impressed that he took the time out of his schedule to answer every email... every question in a timely, thorough manner.

    It's a done-deal for me. I'm not even interested in hearing what other stores have to offer. I'm a loyal BC customer for life.

    If anyone wants to ask me privately about my long-distance experience with Beaver, Grasshopper or Mike, please PM me.

    I'm in LA and there are a dozen Spector dealers between where I am and where they are. And I don't care. It's BC or nothing.

    In this picture are three of my four Spectors. The Euro (with neck inlays) and the gloss white model are both new purchases from BC. I couldn't be more happy.

  2. Richard G

    Richard G

    Jun 16, 2009
    what did u trade in and how much did they give u on it???
  3. Ro(B)ass

    Ro(B)ass Guest

    Sep 19, 2009
    Raleigh, NC
  4. JPSBassist


    Feb 10, 2010
    Santa Barbara
    Sorry, been a while since I checked in.

    I traded a 2003 Euro4LX in natural oil finish for it.
    Even. No cash exchanged.

    I was very happy with the deal. And honestly other than the neck inlays, which are cosmetic, this new bass is every bit as nice.

    I really wanted it because:

    1) I've always wanted a solid gloss white Spector.
    2) I've wanted a bolt-on Spector for some time.
    3) I play nothing but Spectors and own several. And the NS-2 is an incredible guitar... the Euro4LX is basically a Euro-made NS-2... and I had two Euro4LXs... I wanted something that was tonally different than my neck-tru models.
    4) And short of ordering a USA bolt-on model, I'm not a fan of passive pickups. And all of the other Euro Bolt-On models have passive pickups. This Euro bolt-on has active EMGs and used an EMG tone circuit.

    So it's all the things I love about how my other Spector's play, with a new range of sound possibilities.

    Plus it's only one of 83 ever made in white. How sick is that?

    Again, Beaver did me an awesome deal in my opinion. I couldn't be more pleased.

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