The Coda Series
The Coda Series are traditionally shaped basses with modern electronics and a modern feeling neck. They're more affordable than the Euro series but without sacrificing build-quality or tone.
History of Spector
In the late 1970’s, Stuart Spector started crafting handmade basses in his Brooklyn based workshop. By 1977 He and Ned Steinberger had designed what was to become a revolution in the bass world.
The NS-1 stepped away from traditional large, angular bodied basses and created an instrument designed for the modern musician. With curves and contours which sit comfortably against the body, the NS-1 quickly became a favourite amongst progressive players.
The legend of the NS-1 has continued to this day, and the gorgeous curved body that made it unique is used the world over. Spector basses are still a favourite amongst modern players too with artists like Mike Inez (Alice in Chains), Doug Wimbish (Living Colour) and Tom Doyle (Don Broco).
Here's what Spector say about the Coda Pro 4
The CodaBass Pro series from Spector draws upon iconic American electric bass design to craft a true modern classic.
Crafted from choice tonewoods, each CodaBass Pro instrument features a stunning figured maple top, a solid alder body, and a one-piece maple neck with a 20-fret rosewood fingerboard. Equipped with newly designed Spector pickups and Spector’s TonePump Jr. active tone control set, the CodaBass 4 Pro is capable of achieving everything from classic, deep tones to modern, growling definition.
Spector’s CodaBass Pro series is ideal for the player with a deep appreciation for the past, but requires the performance of a modern instrument.
- Body: Solid Alder Body
- Top: Genuine Quilt Maple
- Neck: 1-Piece Rock Maple
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Frets: 24
- Scale Length: 34