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The Spector Arc 6 Pro electric guitar just begs to be picked up and played. Beautiful transparent color finishes over the quilted maple top, a fully carved body, 3-ply rock maple neck, and two Tesla vintage style humbuckers look, feel, and sound right. A comfortable rosewood fretboard with dot inlays makes playing a dream. The Spector guitar has individual tone and volume speed knobs plus a 3 way pickup selector switch that give you plenty of tone choices for lead and rhythm. Black chrome hardware finishes off the exquisite look.
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Overall, there are some little bothersome kinks to work out, but nothing that can't easily be remedied by taking it to the shop once. Whatever styles you may play, the tones of this guitar should fit in nicely. It's a great buy, and it plays smoothly.
Lately, I've had a bit of trouble with the pickup switching (flipping from the neck to the combined configuration only works 70% of the time), but that could very easily be my fault; I'm notoriously abusive to my instruments. Also, after using the tremolo arm, the tuning gets a little fidgety, even after adjusting the springs, saddles, nut, etc.
Even though it has a bolt-on neck, the sustain and projection that this guitar give are immense. The neck is slender and fast, and the treble bout cutaway give very good access to the upper register of the guitar.The body and neck are also very durable, from what I've encountered so far. I've accidentally dropped, kicked, and toppled things over onto this guitar, and it took it like a champ. Not a scratch to speak of.
The Tesla pickups sound very nice when clean; they are clear and provide good sustain. When distorted, I've found that if you aren't careful, the low end tends to take over, and your sound guy starts panicking a little. That is, of course, entirely subjective to your rig (I use a 2x10 Fender combo), but still good advice to keep in mind.
When I bought this guitar two and a half years ago, and I still believe it is worth every penny. A great buy for the serious musician without a professional budget.
My local music store just got 3 of these guitars. I've always been a fan of spector basses so i thought itd be worth trying their guitars too, and it certainly was. The necks play fast and easy. The pickups sound good clean and distorted. and the guitars look pretty cool too. their small tho so i wouldnt recommend them for larger people. overall they seem to be really good guitars