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It’s been nearly forty years since Master Luthier Stuart Spector began making basses, and in that time he has consistently delivered some of the finest instruments the world has ever known. Simply put, Spector electric basses are unparalleled in quality. With numerous design and technical innovations, Spector has forever changed the role that the electric bass plays in popular music. Founded in 1975 in Brooklyn, New York, Spector remains, as Stuart Spector so matter-of-factly puts it, "Your everyday average global mom and pops business." Led by a small handful of talented professionals, Spector lets the quality of their instruments do the talking for them. And talk they do, with over 700 endorsed artists representing Spector on stage every night, you can bet these basses have a home in nearly every genre you can think of. Legendary bassists such as Garry W. Tallent of the E Street Band, Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys, Mike Kroeger of Nickleback, Rex Brown of Pantera, Ian Hill of Judas Priest, Doug Wimbish of Living Colour, and more have all gotten the most out of Spector basses on the stage and in the studio.

One of the best things about Spector basses is that they are made for all skill levels. Regardless of your needs or skill level, there is a great bass here that is just waiting for you. If you’re a first time buyer, an option such as the Performer Electric Bass Guitar is a great way to get familiar with the Spector family. This is an exceptionally well-made and versatile bass, with SSD pickups that offer plenty of smooth midrange you’re certain to love. Designed to stand up to the rigors a beginner will put it through, this is a great bass to hone your craft on.

Of course, if you’ve already perfected you playing and are looking for an instrument to really show off on, have a look at the Forte 4X Electric Bass Guitar. This absolutely stunning bass has been created as an homage to the earliest designs Stuart Spector experimented with. These basses are handmade and built to order by Stuart Spector and his group of master craftsmen. Each is also signed and hand-numbered, so you know it’s unique. With active EMG Pickups and the Aguilar OBP-2 Tone Circuit, this bass is all tone, and deserves to be all yours.

A Spector bass is an investment in your musical future. Whether you’re a beginner or a touring professional, a Spector bass is going to keep the low end sounding phenomenal every time you plug in.