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Spector NS2000/Q5 Pro (Orange Quilted Maple)
£400

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Hi there people; time to move this on as it's just not getting the use it deserves. Also hoping to save for an upright, so there's that.

There are a few dings and it's missing the truss rod cover. Otherwise it's rather fetching with its black hardware, comes strung with some quite light DR black beauties and a very decent quality leather strap (with straplocks).

It plays and sounds great; feel free to come and give it a go before buying (I'm in Gillingham, Kent)

I might consider shipping it in a rather tatty old kinsman hard case if there is no local interest although I'd rather not.

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14 minutes ago, theosd said:

Post edited accordingly; thanks muchly! xD

Hate to be that guy, but I don't think it is a NS2000/5. To the best of my knowledge, they're all neck through. May be wrong, but all the info from Spector on the NS range always says through neck.

Glwts!

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Well I'm stumped.. always thought it was a legend. Any other clues?o.O

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1 minute ago, theosd said:

Well I'm stumped.. always thought it was a legend. Any other clues?o.O

Might be worth emailing the serial number to [email protected] I did that with my NS and he replied with model, year of manufacturer and a link to the brochure I showed you earlier. 

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Have a word with BillyApple's mate??

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18 minutes ago, StevieE said:

Might be worth emailing the serial number to [email protected] I did that with my NS and he replied with model, year of manufacturer and a link to the brochure I showed you earlier. 

I've emailed him, hopefully all will soon be revealed! B|

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Posted (edited)

I'm pretty sure that's a Q5 Pro like mine.

Edit - in fact I would even put money on it!

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1 hour ago, BreadBin said:

I'm pretty sure that's a Q5 Pro like mine.

Edit - in fact I would even put money on it!

I would be inclined to agree!! I never noticed the q5 had the slimmer top horn like the ns2000/5. 

As mentioned, this is NOT and ns2000/5 as they are through neck. 

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news Theo!

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It has all the key features - body shape, bolt on neck, EMG hz pickups, the same bridge, headstock logo and truss cover shape (although yours is missing) 

The made in Korea description on the back is the same as mine too, and my serial number is 3877.

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Post edited again..! Q5 Pro it is. For now at least, hehe. Probably worth a little less than the stated price then. I'm open to sensible offers.

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10 hours ago, BreadBin said:

It has all the key features - body shape, bolt on neck, EMG hz pickups, the same bridge, headstock logo and truss cover shape (although yours is missing) 

The made in Korea description on the back is the same as mine too, and my serial number is 3877.

Yes I took the thing off with the intention of tightening the truss rod for the lighter strings, a quarter turn a day, and kept it in a separate bag which then got stolen. It's a rather storied lack of truss rod cover...

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Possibly the most edited topic title on the forum right now... :dash1:

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