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Spector Introduces CodaP 4 Pro and CodaPJ 4 Pro Basses

Spector has expanded their Coda Pro line with the CodaP 4 Pro and CodaPJ 4 Pro basses. The models are inspired by vintage design and are fitted with P and P/J pickup configurations, respectively, matched to the company’s TonePump Jr circuit.

Spector CodaP 4 Pro Bass

Both basses feature a one-piece maple neck with a 20-fret rosewood fingerboard and an alder body, while the CodaP 4 Pro adds a figured maple top in a tobacco sunburst gloss finish. Their preamps offer +/-12db bass and treble boosts in addition to volume controls.

The Spector CodaP 4 Pro and CodaPJ 4 Pro basses are expected soon. A price point was not yet available.

Spector CodaP 4 Pro Bass Specs:

Scale:34″
Construction:Bolt-On
Body:Alder
Top:Figured Maple
Neck:1-piece Maple
Fingerboard:Rosewood
Frets:20
Inlays:Dot Markers
Fingerboard Radius:16″
Width at Nut:1.5″
Pickups:Spector Split-Coil Alnico
Electronics:Spector TonePump Jr
Bridge:Spector Locking Die-Cast
Color:Tobacco Sunburst
Finish:High Gloss

Spector CodaPJ 4 Pro Bass Specs:

Scale:34″
Construction:Bolt-On
Body:Alder
Neck:1-piece Maple
Fingerboard:Rosewood
Frets:20
Inlays:Dot Markers
Fingerboard Radius:16″
Width at Nut:1.5″
Pickups:Spector Split-Coil Alnico, Spector Alnico Single Coil
Electronics:Spector TonePump Jr
Bridge:Spector Locking Die-Cast
Color:Black
Finish:High Gloss

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    Jeremy

    Jeremy

    It´s due to the “classical precison basses” conception design.

      Ruben DLR (@rubendlr)

      It’s a pointless adherence to the past. I doubt an extra fret or two would really comprise the design. Even Fender themselves had a time when the Deluxe line P and J basses had 22 frets. I wish they had kept that line or option around. Warmoth is a thing because Fender notoriously ignores feedback and proudly wallows in 60 year old design philosophy. I think the Vintage reissue line should be just that. However, I think the Standard line and especially those billed as Deluxe should embrace new features. Active electronics, more ergo design, more frets, more accesible truss rod adjustment, etc. And yes I know that they have partially done so here and there, on and off, but I think they should continue along the same path that brought us the Dimension. While others my scream that it is a Music Man rip-off, it addresses several shortcomings of the other models. I want more from Fender than ad nauseam tiny variations on a 60 year old theme.