Spector is celebrating 40 years of bass building with the Euro4LE 1977 Limited Edition bass. Based on the company’s original bass from 1977, it’s built with neck-through construction with a fully carved body with solid American walnut body wings and a 3-piece maple neck. Spector went so far as to measure the dot inlays that adorn the 24-fret rosewood fingerboard from the original bass.
Another throwback feature is a single DiMarzio Model P pickup, though the bass has several of the company’s more modern amenities. It is fitted with a lightweight zinc brass alloy Spector bridge, a brass nut, and their Tone Pump active tone circuit.
The Spector Euro4LE 1977 will be available in limited quantities this year. It will start shipping in February with a street price around $2,499.
Spector Euro4LE 1977 40th Anniversary Bass Specs:
|Neck:||3 Piece Maple|
|Number of Frets:||24|
|Pickups:||Dimarzio Model P Pickup|
|Bridge:||Zinc Brass Alloy Spector Bridge|