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4-string bass guitar from Spector belonging to the Euro series

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  • Blackqueen2Blackqueen2

    Spector Euro4 LXPublished on 01/21/08 at 08:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    LOW European (made in the Czech Republic)
    body and maple neck
    24 frets
    ACTIVE
    EMG
    preamp Spector "Tone Pump"
    race driver
    excellent mechanical (Schaller)
    Gold hardware (for mine)
    2 pottars volume (micro single and double), an acute tone, a bass tone

    UTILIZATION

    This is my first bass "high end" used to playing on Cort and Bass collection with sleeves "end".
    Light but not too much to handle very nice, but good enough end continues, we feel that there is no IRONMONGER the hands;)

    Access to treble is good and I often use the treble in my game (from 19 ° to 24 ° frets, and yes nobody is perfect) so good ergonomics for me.

    SOUNDS

    Principalemet I play ro…
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    LOW European (made in the Czech Republic)
    body and maple neck
    24 frets
    ACTIVE
    EMG
    preamp Spector "Tone Pump"
    race driver
    excellent mechanical (Schaller)
    Gold hardware (for mine)
    2 pottars volume (micro single and double), an acute tone, a bass tone

    UTILIZATION

    This is my first bass "high end" used to playing on Cort and Bass collection with sleeves "end".
    Light but not too much to handle very nice, but good enough end continues, we feel that there is no IRONMONGER the hands;)

    Access to treble is good and I often use the treble in my game (from 19 ° to 24 ° frets, and yes nobody is perfect) so good ergonomics for me.

    SOUNDS

    Principalemet I play rock, but also heavy, funk, fusion ... this bass will fit any style of music for me.
    I only had to connect it only to find that I had finally a "real her" very versatile bass.

    One thing that struck me: the incredibly long sustain ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this low since September 2005 (bought € 1800) and it suits me perfectly.
    We can all play with.

    Default-one: the body is fragile, this bass could use a good varnish resistant! I dug slap in the wood under the 4th string and the thumb over the microphone double in 8 months time! (Something that never happened in 5 years with my Basscollection, Honner and much less polished, but with a sound card next to it).

    My opinion is mine, I'm not luthier, just a musician with his feelings ...

    I do it again this choice without any problems by protecting the parties before that I damaged, if I had known ...
    I put 9 because there are certainly better, but it can compete with a Fender without any problems (unless you are a fan of Fender or like to have a big stick between the fingers, or to say that it's 24 frets useless;)
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  • resolvresolv

    Spector Euro4 LXPublished on 06/01/08 at 10:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Czech Republic
    24 frets, EMG jbass micro and Plow
    spector bridge
    2 volumes severe acute

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a gem not too big not too small a highway vritable
    CHAC in acute comfortable.
    ergonomics is perfect and you get the sound right away

    SOUNDS

    It is suitable for any style of music
    I jou on Ampeg SVT, peavey david eden etc. .. I've never had anything to complain
    I love the sound of this bass no matter what

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 years maintenent
    what I like most about this bass is the sound ergonomics.
    what I like least is the weight.
    before I played a Vigier excessive original 2.
    report quality price is right compared …
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    Czech Republic
    24 frets, EMG jbass micro and Plow
    spector bridge
    2 volumes severe acute

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a gem not too big not too small a highway vritable
    CHAC in acute comfortable.
    ergonomics is perfect and you get the sound right away

    SOUNDS

    It is suitable for any style of music
    I jou on Ampeg SVT, peavey david eden etc. .. I've never had anything to complain
    I love the sound of this bass no matter what

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 years maintenent
    what I like most about this bass is the sound ergonomics.
    what I like least is the weight.
    before I played a Vigier excessive original 2.
    report quality price is right compared to the same quality of the instrument it is a little CHRE in certain dealer.
    I would do the same choice without hsitation a must try.
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