#2
To be honest, I would wait a while to save up more and get a better bass than that Spector. It's not going to be much of a step up from your Peavey really and you'll be wanting another bass before long.
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#3
My mate has that Spector

and it's amazing, sounds great, looks great, tonnes of tonal variety

awesome
I say go for it
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#4
I would also suggest saving up more and going for something better.

It's really not much of an upgrade at all.
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#5
save up and get something better, not much of an upgrade.....wait is there an echo in here??
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#6
If you're going to save up for any Spector, at least get a Legend Classic or Legend Custom.