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Spector Legend Classic 5 Bass Guitar
Spector Legend Classic 5 Review - 04/10/15 The Spector Legend Classic 5 is a 5 string bass guitar with great tone and playability. The NS concave back is distinctive and is very  comfortable to play. This bass is the production model made in South Korea. It is a 35” scale with a 3 piece rock maple bolt on neck held on with 5 bolts. The features a rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays and the truss rod is stainless steel. The bridge is a Spector locking bridge. The guitar I purchased is a beautiful glossy deep purple. The body wood is solid maple with a quilted maple top. This model features a Spector Tone Pump Jr. which means it has passive SSD Dual Coil Humbucking pickups and an active EQ. Playability of this bass is excellent. The B string is nice and clear. All the strings across all the frets play strong and the tone is consistent. At the just under $1000 level this bass is much better than most Fenders, Gibson and Music Man basses that cost hundreds more. If you buy this bass you will not be disappointed. I can only imagine what the American made basses sound like since they use different  electronics and more exotic woods. The only thing that I dislike about the bass is that you must use a screw driver to remove the cover to replace the battery. It would be a buzz kill for the battery to go during a performance. Other than that one problem this bass is an all- around great performer without breaking the bank. It is certainly many steps up from the Schectors, LTD’s, Ibanez’s and Epiphones. It is a serious bass for a serious player.
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Spector Legend Classic 5 Bass Guitar
Spector Legend Classic 5 Review - 04/10/15 The Spector Legend Classic 5 is a 5 string bass guitar with great tone and playability. The NS concave back is distinctive and is  very comfortable to play. This bass is the production model  made in South Korea. It is a 35” scale with a 3 piece rock maple bolt on neck held on with 5 bolts. The features a rosewood  fingerboard with dot inlays and the truss rod is stainless steel.  The bridge is a Spector locking bridge. The guitar I purchased is a beautiful glossy deep purple. The body wood is solid maple with a quilted maple top. This model features a Spector Tone Pump  Jr. which means it has passive SSD Dual Coil Humbucking  pickups and an active EQ. Playability of this bass is excellent. The B string is nice and clear. All the strings across all the frets play strong and the tone is  consistent. At the just under $1000 level this bass is much better than most Fenders, Gibson and Music Man basses that cost  hundreds more. If you buy this bass you will not be  disappointed. I can only imagine what the American made  basses sound like since they use different electronics and more exotic woods. The only thing that I dislike about the bass is that you must use a screw driver to remove the cover to replace the battery. It would be a buzz kill for the battery to go during a  performance. Other than that one problem this bass is an all-  around great performer without breaking the bank. It is certainly many steps up from the Schectors, LTD’s, Ibanez’s and  Epiphones. It is a serious bass for a serious player.