#1
Real stupid question, i was in a music shop today seen a bass no idea what make it was though. It looked great and was £300 which is the price i was looking to spend.
All i wanna know is what brands of bass start with S (it's wasn't a Schecter!) ?
Thanks, Deek.
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#3
You win! You have no idea how much it's been buggin me! Thanks you so much!
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#5
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No problem. They're decent instruments...Warwick-esque but with their own style.


didnt spector come first so wouldn't it be warwick that are Spector-esque?
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#6
Amazing instruments, i find them to be cheaper and better than Warwicks.
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#7
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Amazing instruments, i find them to be cheaper and better than Warwicks.


i've never played a spector but all the warwicks i've played have had really chunky necks
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Me too!
We should start a support group.
#8
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didnt spector come first so wouldn't it be warwick that are Spector-esque?
Either way, there's certainly a degree of mutual influence. Both companies have fairly convoluted origins and I'm no musical historian.
#9
How are the spector necks compare to the warwick ones? i find the warwick necks too chunky as well.