Ish X Spector NS Dimension 5 String EMG Darkglass White Gloss

Ish X Spector NS Dimension 5 String EMG Darkglass White Gloss

Serial Number: W220610

Regular price $2,099.99 Sale


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Ish X Spector NS Dimension 5 String EMG Darkglass White Gloss

 

Since Spector was our first dealership when Ish Guitars started, we loved the new direction of the Dimension multiscale bass but wanted it to be more... Spector. Our founder pitched Spector on a collaboration that included an exclusive spec using the perfect Spector formula of materials found in his vintage Brookyln-era bass built for Peter Frampton: front-to-back solid maple body wings, rosewood fretboard, EMG pickups, and (since we couldn't use a HazLab 9v preamp, the most-similar thing) a Darkglass preamp.

Watching our music video AND comparison video of this bass to a "normal" Dimension is an absolute must as they are incredibly different in their own unique ways - this collaboration represents an excellent study into how different a bass can be simply by changing the materials used.

The hype swirling around the internet about these basses is already huge, so you’ll have to act fast: These are very limited to just 24 5-strings basses only and will sell out quickly. All this and they’re also $100 less than normal Dimensions, how can you beat it?!

SETUP & INSPECTED BY OUR LUTHIER 

Case: Spector Gig Bag

Approximate weight: 10.0 lbs 

Neck: 5-piece Maple with Wenge stringers

Body Wings: Solid maple, front-to-back

Fingerboard: Rosewood

Fingerboard Radius: 14"

Scale Length: 34-37"

String Spacing: 18.25 mm (Bridge)

Nut Width: 2 1/8"

Pickups: EMG DC40

Electronics: Darkglass Tone Capsule Preamp

Side Dots: Glowing Luminlay

Hardware: Black

Tuners: Spector Die-Cast

Nut: Graphtech black composite

*You will be receiving a bass that looks very similar to the one in the photos, we did not photo them individually*