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Spector USA NS-4 Exotic Limited Edition 4-String Bass
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Made by Spector, in a limited edition of one. The USA NS-4 Buckeye Burl Limited Edition is an exotic wood version of the world famous NS bass designe...Read More
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Made by Spector, in a limited edition of one. The USA NS-4 Buckeye Burl Limited Edition is an exotic wood version of the world famous NS bass designed by Ned Steinberger. Handmade in the Spector USA workshop, it features a 3-piece quartersawn maple neck with graphite reinforcement and a pau ferro fretboard. Body wings are constructed of Buckeye Burl over a walnut back. EMG 35DC active dual-coil pickups are wedded to an 18V preamp system. Other appointments include a gold-plated, solid brass locking bridge, Gotoh tuners, Schaller straplocks, a brass nut, and abalone fingerboard inlays. Hand signed, numbered, and dated by Stuart Spector on the back of the headstock.
A one-of-a-kind, handmade bass.
- USA NS-4 Exotic Limited Edition 4-String Bass - Buckeye Burl
- Handmade in the Spector USA workshop in upstate NY
- Features world-famous NS curved body design, designed by Ned Steinberger in 1977
- 3-piece quartersawn maple neck, graphite reinforced
- 24 frets
- Spector abalone fingerboard inlays
- Pau ferro fingerboard
- 34" scale
- Special exotic body wings, consisting of buckeye burl top and walnut back
- Gold hardware
- Spector locking solid brass and gold plated bridge
- Gotoh tuners
- Schaller straplocks.
- EMG active 35DC dual coil pickups
- Spector 18V active tone controls with +/-15db boost and cut
- Brass nut
Play a bass that you alone play. Order the USA NS-4 Buckeye Burl Limited Edition today.
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Comments about Spector USA NS-4 Exotic Limited Edition 4-String Bass:
Well, I saw this bass and felt, what the heck, might as well try it. I tried it and my son saw me playing it. we both love the guitar so i bought him one as well. Now we are both rocking out on this pretty good bass.