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My complete SPECTOR porn collection!

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Thanks for all your comments chaps :)

If I ever decide to have a clear out (NOT gonna happen.....!!) I now know who wants what! :huh: :huh:

EDIT: As of Nov 2008 - JohnnyLager now has the 'natural' EuroLX4 :huh:
Further EDIT: As of Jan 2010 - AshEvans09 now has the 'Zebrano' EuroLX4 :huh:

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[quote name='metaltime' post='235195' date='Jul 8 2008, 07:23 PM']very nice now what about a pic of all your basses together spector and non spector.[/quote]

I'm aiming to get a picture of all my non-Spectors together..... but not sure I can get ALL of both together! :) :huh: :huh:

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[quote name='cetera' post='235294' date='Jul 8 2008, 09:34 PM']I'm aiming to get a picture of all my non-Spectors together.....[/quote]

It would be a treat to see the Jackson Kip Wingers and the RJ & RS Peaveys. :)

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[quote name='7string' post='235442' date='Jul 9 2008, 12:57 AM']It would be a treat to see the Jackson Kip Wingers and the RJ & RS Peaveys. :)[/quote]

I'll try my best.... but it may be a little while.... :huh:

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A stunning collection, well done for bringing together such a wonderful example of Stuart's companies work.

I'm the proud owner of the first production Ns5XL (003), I'll post a few pictures when I take delivery of my custom Spalted Flamed Maple in October and kill two birds with one stone.

Phil

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wonderful! .....that plum stain Euro is lush and the white ones are just amazing looking

I've got a flame maple NS5 CRFM coming back to me this week and it'll soon be hobnobbing with the green stain Euro 5 . I'm now hankering after one of the spalted maple/zebrano/burr top ones too...quite fancy a 4... very addictive basses - I've yet to play a better bass at what I paid for them.

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[quote name='Phil Mann' post='237482' date='Jul 11 2008, 05:37 PM']A stunning collection, well done for bringing together such a wonderful example of Stuart's companies work.

I'm the proud owner of the first production Ns5XL (003), I'll post a few pictures when I take delivery of my custom Spalted Flamed Maple in October and kill two birds with one stone.

Phil[/quote]

Cheers Phil. look forward to seeing your Spectors in October then! :)

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As there's been so much interest in the recent amazing Spector deals at Reverb I thought I'd bump my Spector porn thread...... and attach a generic pic of the new Dark Cherryburst Spector ReBop DLX bass I've just received. A real picture of the 'actual' bass will follow at some point... :)



EDIT Jan 2010: This bass has now been sold on purely because I need the money for a major bass purchase. Didn't want to sell but needs-be....

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Cetera, whats the Rex Brown signature sounding like?
I'd love to try one out, because Pantera are one of my favourite bands and i always thought his tone was kick ass lol
Zach

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The Rex Brown has a very punchy, slightly scooped tone due to the EMG-Hz pickups and circuit. For a more genuine growl/grind with more mids I'd recommend updating the pickups with full EMG's....

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the plum stain is my favourite, love it :)

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[quote name='cetera' post='264425' date='Aug 18 2008, 10:53 AM']The Rex Brown has a very punchy, slightly scooped tone due to the EMG-Hz pickups and circuit. For a more genuine growl/grind with more mids I'd recommend updating the pickups with full EMG's....[/quote]
Ahh, interesting, (you can't tell, but Im stroking my imaginary beard right now lol)
If I ever do buy one, I'll take your advice as soon as i can. What EMG's do you recommend?
Zach

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[quote name='5_string_death' post='264834' date='Aug 18 2008, 06:56 PM']Ahh, interesting, (you can't tell, but Im stroking my imaginary beard right now lol)
If I ever do buy one, I'll take your advice as soon as i can. What EMG's do you recommend?
Zach[/quote]

EMG35DC pickups running at 18v is what Rex uses....

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BUMPING this thread due to a resurgence in Spector interest and a rash of Spector buying happening on these boards! :)

Oh, and I also have two more recently acquired Spectors to add to this thread when I've photographed them.... :huh:

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[quote name='cetera' post='233162' date='Jul 5 2008, 01:47 PM']the 'Wood Finish' Spectors..... from left.... Zebrano EuroLX, [b]Natural Euro LX (now belongs to JohnnyLager[/b]) & Walnut US 1976 SB1

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Who must put it down sometime soon! If anyone has any doubts about the ease of adjustment of the Spector bridge [as I did] - don't worry, it's easier than a conventional one.

Is there a red one missing? :)

John.

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[quote name='johnnylager' post='355861' date='Dec 16 2008, 12:28 PM']Is there a red one missing? :)

John.[/quote]

Ah yes, that's one of the two new ones I need to photograph and add to the thread! :huh: :huh:

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