If you're looking to focus purely on the music, you'll have to explore the Forte models available. A more basic version of the NS series, these basses still capture the essence of Spector without distracting with glossy finishes and vibrant inlays. If you're looking specifically at sound, these instruments will give you exactly what you're after.
On the other hand, if you're just being introduced to the world of bass, but still want professional-grade quality, consider the Legend Series. Featuring multiple string configurations, a consistently durable construction and variety of styles and shapes, these basses look as good as they sound. They definitely live up to their legendary name.
There are even artist specific options available, like the Rex 4 4-String Bass Guitar. Inspired by the artists that play them, these signature series basses are exactly the same as the instruments played by your rock heroes. If you want to sound like a specific musician, there's no better way than by using the same bass they use.
Ian Hill of Judas Priest, Gary W. Tallent of the E-Street Band, Gene Simmons of KISS and so many more all perform with Spector basses, showing just how trusted this brand really is. Unlike any other basses on the market, the care and effort that goes into each hand-made instrument is simply unparalleled. You'll notice it as soon as you pick one up and start playing.