This is one cool demo of a bass that may have blood stains, but surely can nail all sorts of musical genres, while still having an edge and looking utterly brutal. Evil looks are not just for metal it appears!
OK. This is slightly bizarre… But also strangely intriguing and simply good fun! The video is named Spector Bass Busters. You have probably guessed the original tune by now!
Spector basses are great for any musical genre. Period. But they seem to have won a lot of fans in the rock arena. So why no just listen to a cool bass cover, picking a Legend 5 bass.
The Euro models by Spector basses are by no means a discount series. They are created by highly skilled builders in the Czech Republic and 100% specified by Stuart Spector himself.
This is short and sweet. And probably the best minute you get to spend on bass-related stuff in the fun department today. So what are you waiting for!? Dig in!
Ultimate Basses plugs in a Spector bass for a neat little jam session over ‘Walking on the Moon’, demoing each pickup in isolation as well as in combination.
There’s a new bass beast in town. In one sense, it’s kind of a Precision type bass with a magnetic pickup in the middle, but it literally comes with a certain twist under the bridge!
Spector is widely known for the NS, Euro, Legend and other electric bass series, but maybe less so for acoustics. Well, this is all about to change with the introduction of the Timbre Acoustic.
There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned shootout! Like this one. Three different NS2 Spector basses, but each with a unique wood and pickup combination. Let’s tune in…
Reviews by the media are great, but sometimes it is also nice to hear an opinion from a regular end user. Like in this case, where an end user reviews his Spector Euro 4 LX on activebass.com.