Just got a brand new Spector Legend Classic 4. Took it out of the box, changed the battery in case this one had been sitting awhile (put a new one in). I initially left the settings on my practice amp alone (Treble was at noon, mid's at about 10 10 or 11'oclock, bass at about 3 or 4 o'clock), tuned it and then went to play. I'm running an AMPEG ba-112. Double checked tuning, and went to play and I noticed that my open D was pretty twangy and my G string was very twangy. I tried recording it but it doesn't catch how twangy it is as I don't have any good recording equipment yet. I mean it almost sounds like a banjo or something on the open G. That bad. I turned and tested every dad blame possible on the amp and bass for 2 hours but can't get the twang gone without compromising the sound almost completely. I mean, i've crawled through some of the different settings slowly and tirelessly and I'm getting frustrated. The only way to get rid of the twang completely is to completely cutout mid's on amp and bass, crank the bass to 11 and at this point, you have to crank the gain so much to hear the D or G strings, meanwhile playing anything on the E rattles china in every house on this street. Oddly enough, I can get the perfect sound I want out of E and A and even some spots on the D string around from frets 7-15 with this problem, but open D to 6, Open G or any fret use from 1 to 6 or 7 or whatever on G is too twangy. Could it be a bad string? Truss rod maybe? Everything looks fine but this is only my 3rd bass so I'm not exactly an expert. Just a guy playing for hours every day for the past few months.