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Limited edition Spector 1977 Euro 4LE bass arrives in the UK

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Out Now

Product Type

Bass

Manufacturer

Spector

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http://www.bandm.co.uk

Laura  Barnes
Limited edition Spector 1977 Euro 4LE bass arrives in the UK

A 3-piece maple neck runs through the entire length of the instrument.

The new limited edition Spector 1977 Euro 4LE bass is now available in the UK via Barnes & Mullins.  

Launched exclusively this year to celebrate Spector’s 40th year of bass building, the 4-string 1977 bass is modelled on the company’s first ever bass, developed in 1977.

In a throwback to its predecessor, the new 1977 model boasts a host of original features that have since seen Spector become a legendary name among bass players.

In time-honoured fashion, it offers the same neck-thru construction and comfortable body shape crafted from fully carved solid American walnut with a light centre band as seen on the original 40 years ago.

A 3-piece maple neck runs through the entire length of the instrument with a 24 fret rosewood fingerboard inlaid with fret markers measured to exact dimensions of those featured on the first bass.

Electronics come in the form of the same DiMarzio P pickup used originally combined with the updated Tone Pump active tone circuit now synonymous with modern Spector basses. Additional updated elements include a lightweight zinc brass alloy Spector bridge.

With an SRP of £2,450, the Spector 1977 Euro 4LE bass will be available to order throughout 2017 only from Barnes & Mullins.

For more information visit http://www.bandm.co.uk

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