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Timbre Series

Timbre Jr.

Color Walnut Stain Matte

Available In

SKU TIM4JRWAL

With over 40 years of expertise and a reputation for building some of the world’s finest electric instruments, Spector is breaking new ground with their series of Timbre acoustic basses. Designed for convenience and enhanced playability, the Timbre Jr. bass features a 30″ scale length and a smaller body design reminiscent of a standard dreadnought guitars. The Solid Sitka Spruce top on the Timbre Jr. provides a rich tone that projects beautifully. The Spruce top is complimented by Mahogany back and sides for stability and a rich resonance. The bolt-on three-piece mahogany neck features a laurel fingerboard and dot inlays. When paired with Spector’s masterful craftsmanship, these proven materials result in an acoustic bass that is sonically superior, supplying both unprecedented volume, note definition, and durability. Each Timbre instrument features a great-sounding Fishman Presys + on-board pre-amp system for easy performance and recording. Timbre basses are available in three stunning finishes including Natural, Walnut Stain Matte & Black Matte and come equipped with a durable Spector gig bag.

Timbre Series

Timbre Jr.

Specifications

Body & Construction

Top Wood Solid Sitka Spruce
Back Wood Laminated Mahogany
Sides Laminated Mahogany
Bracing Spruce
Rosette Maple

Neck

Neck Wood 3-Piece Mahogany; Bolt-On
Fretboard Laurel
Number Of Frets 20
Inlays Dots
Nut Bone
Nut Width 1.50"
Scale 30"

Pickups & Electronics

Controls Volume, Bass, Middle, Treble, Phase Switch, Built in Tuner
Pickups Fishman Sonicore
Pickup Configuration 1 x Piezo
Preamp System Fishman Presys+

Hardware

Hardware Black
Bridge Laurel
Tuners Sealed Die-Cast

Other

Finish Matte
Strings 040-060-085-105
Case Gig Bag
Additional Info Spector Gig Bag included | String Spacing at Bridge: .70"
Spector Est 1976 NY Headstock icon

With modern feel, powerful pickups, and nearly 40 years of experience, Spector basses have established themselves as the authority on modern bass design.

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