Spector has introduced a Deluxe version of their Coda bass series. Built in the U.S. by Stuart Spector and his team, the deluxe version of the vintage inspired bass is set apart by the inclusion of a AAAA quilted maple top and the removal of the pickguard.
Many of the features of the Coda Deluxe remain the same, including a one-piece rock maple neck with Spector’s 1962 Neck Shape, a Pau Ferro fingerboard, a pair of Aguilar J pickups and Aguilar’s OBP-2 preamp. Things steps up a little from there with Spector Crown inlays and a Hipshot Type A bridge.
The Spector Coda Deluxe comes in 4- and 5-string models, and has room for options. List price for the 4-string is $3,799. For more, check out the Spector website.
Spector Coda Deluxe Bass Overview:
Spector Coda Deluxe Bass Specs:
- Neck: 1-Piece Rock Maple
- Neck Shape: Spector 1962 Neck Shape
- Fingerboard: Pau Ferro (Bolivian Rosewood) or Premium Birdseye Maple
- Neck Inlays: Crown Inlays
- Frets: 20
- Scale: 34˝
- Fingerboard Radius: 7.25˝
- Options: Lined or Unlined Fretless at no additional charge
- Hardware: Chrome
- Bridge: Hipshot Type A (Optional)
- Tuners: Schaller
- Strap Buttons: Dunlop Dual Design
- Electronics: Aguilar OBP-2
- Circuit Type: 9-Volt Active
- Pickups: 2 Aguilar J
- Pickup Type: Passive – Single Coil: This bass is Active or Passive via Push-Pull Pot