Spector Unveils The New NS-2 CT-B Bass

Spector Has Released Their New 2015 Model NS-2 CT-B Short Scale Bass
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Since the late 1970s Spector's NS-2 series has raised the bar of industry standards for neck-thru body electric basses. Now for 2015 Spector is proudly introducing the Carved Top Bolt-On neck bass featuring their "Shorty" short scale length neck for great playability. 

Carved Top : Helium® reclaimed NYC water tank redwood is carved on the outside and inside surfaces.

Body : Alder with 85% resonance chambers. Antique Honeyburst finish. 

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SPECIFICATIONS

NECK

Bolt-On Shorty neck
WOOD : 3pc Maple
With Graphite Rods inside for additional strength
FINGERBOARD : Pau Ferro
NUMBER OF FRETS : 24
SCALE LENGTH : 30 3/8"
RADIUS : 16"
WIDTH AT NUT : 1.64"
HEADSTOCK FACE VENEER : Ebony

BODY
Our original NS body shape
Alder with 85% resonance chambers

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TOP
Helium® reclaimed redwood carved top
with carved inside and outside surfaces.
Specially placed F holes to bring out the low end.
Color : Antique Honeyburst
FINISH : Matte Poly 

HARDWARE
Black
TWO PIECE BRIDGE : Ebony with Rosewood Tailpiece
STRING SPACING AT BRIDGE : .75"
STRAP BUTTONS : Dunlop Dual Design
Brass Nut 

PICKUPS AND ELECTRONICS
NECK PICKUP : EMG 35CS, active
BRIDGE PICKUP : Fishman piezo, passive
ACTIVE TONE CONTROLS : Aguilar OPB-3
CONTROLS : master volume, pickup balance,
stack pot : treble boost/cut, bass boost/cut,
midrange boost/cut with push/pull function for 400/800 frequency selection

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Retro-Rama :1983 Spector NS-2JA

THE 1970s WERE A HEADY TIME FOR electric bassists and bass builders alike. The musical and technical innovations of the ’60s had been absorbed into the mainstream, and the dawn of the decade saw the bass taking an increasingly large role in the direction of contemporary music—even before disco hit in the mid ’70s. During this same time a new generation of builders began to spread their wings as well, and by the end of the decade many forces were at work to reinvent and refine not only the role of the bass, but the instrument itself.