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  • boucaflouboucaflou

    Effective and cheap, this is my bass that I'd rather

    Spector NS2APublished on 11/19/14 at 06:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Bass made in Korea in 1987, sold in South Carolina, imported into France
    series with no serial number!
    all maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, handle driver
    24 frets, Schaller tuners, bridge Spector
    micro PJ EMG Select,
    a micro volume, acute setting, and a serious

    UTILIZATION

    low light, I think it has to 4kg Max
    NS design, very well balanced,
    the bridge is not located at the end of the body, which influences the position of the left hand, the arm has a little away from the body to the first fields, ...
    detail that may be important in the comfort of game
    handle end, easy access to all boxes

    SOUNDS

    I had this low of origin
    I think the pickups were rinse…
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    Bass made in Korea in 1987, sold in South Carolina, imported into France
    series with no serial number!
    all maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, handle driver
    24 frets, Schaller tuners, bridge Spector
    micro PJ EMG Select,
    a micro volume, acute setting, and a serious

    UTILIZATION

    low light, I think it has to 4kg Max
    NS design, very well balanced,
    the bridge is not located at the end of the body, which influences the position of the left hand, the arm has a little away from the body to the first fields, ...
    detail that may be important in the comfort of game
    handle end, easy access to all boxes

    SOUNDS

    I had this low of origin
    I think the pickups were rinsed
    everything thoroughly, finger or pick: hollow, dull, muffled.
    Me, I did not like,

    I mounted the EMG PJ Set Kit + BQC control, it gets better :)
    it gave him a good facelift

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this bass for 6 months, with new pickups, I'm happy,
    in retrospect, I think I'll ride the preamp Aguilar OBP-3 instead of the BQC Control to send more serious matter of taste
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