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  1. #9


    Join Date: Sep 2008
    Location: Woodbridge, VA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattayus View Post
    If I had serious money to throw at a bass, I'd get this - Euro4LX-TW
    Our old bassist in Division had the five string LX with the Tone Pump, and it sounded awesome. Played really nice, too.

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    Join Date: Oct 2008
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    They sound great; the EMGs and pre are instant Queensryche/AIC/all kinds of heavy rock.
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    Join Date: Apr 2009
    Location: Albany, NY
    ME: Gibson LPC
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    MB: '87 Spector NS2
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    Spector all the way for me. I've been a convert for 3 years now and won't play anything else. My main is an '87 NS2 (which is from the Kramer era) - instant AiC/Queensryche/Black Album bass tone. I also have an '84. IMO, while the low end ones are good, the higher end ones are killer. You can even occasionally find a Czech made bass for under a grand. The sound is really a combination of the active EMG P/Js/custom active preamp/solid maple wings and maple neck through.
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    Join Date: Apr 2009
    Location: Albany, NY
    ME: Gibson LPC
    MA: Taylor 214ce
    MB: '87 Spector NS2
    Rig: Mesa WD800/B'faced F10

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    My two favorites - the black one is an '87 and the white one is an '84 from the Brooklyn era.
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    Join Date: Oct 2008
    Location: Manhattan
    ME: Forshage, EBMM
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    My two favorites - the black one is an '87 and the white one is an '84 from the Brooklyn era.
    Talk to me about Spector basses-spector-ns2s-jpg
    Of course, the white ones are kind of hard to get given who has played them!

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    Join Date: Jun 2009
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    https://www.guitarcenter.com/Used/In...Bass-Guitar.gc I'll just leave this here for you chris
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