Review – Spector Euro 4 RST Bass Guitar

Review – Spector Euro 4 RST Bass Guitar

The team over at our sister-site Bass Guitar Review recently took a look at a Spector Euro 4 RST Bass, featuring…

  • Through neck construction,
  • 3-piece roasted maple neck with roasted maple fingerboard,
  • Graphite rod support,
  • Empresswood body,
  • 34″ scale length,
  • 1.64″ brass nut,
  • 2 x Aguilar Super Double 4SD-D1 humbucker pick-ups,
  • OBP-2 pre-amp,
  • D’Addario XL-170 Nickel strings,
  • Included gig-bag.

Spector Euro
Spector Euro

Spector say…“The Euro RST series brings Spector’s classic design into a new era with updated tonewoods, enhanced electronics, and a fresh palette of exclusive stain options. Neck-through construction has long been central to the Spector design. The Euro RST takes this concept to the next level with a three-piece Roasted Maple neck & fingerboard, which not only gives this design a distinct look, but offers enhanced stability and rigidity. This perfectly tempered tonewood is paired with a uniquely figured Flame Maple top and Empresswood back, for striking looks, resonance, and lightweight performance. For electronics, Euro RST models are loaded with Aguilar Super Double pickups and OBP-2 pre-amps for an added mid-range focus that’s sure to cut through any mix. These exciting basses are available in three all-new colors, Sienna Stain, Turquoise Tide, and Sundown Glow, each complemented with a matching headstock, and a soft matte finish that feels broken-in from day one.”

Find out Ryan & Ben’s thoughts in the video above!!

Spector Euro 4 RST: UK RRP: £2499.00

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