Spector Factory Tour: Rounding The Curve At 45

Bass Magazine's Chris Jisi Takes a Tour Of The Spector Bass USA Custom Shop

Spector Factory Tour: Rounding The Curve At 45

Bass Magazine's Chris Jisi Takes a Tour Of The Spector Bass USA Custom Shop

Spector’s USA Custom ShopThere’s something about the smooth, banking turns of Route 28, connecting the New York State Thruway to Spector’s new USA Custom Shop just outside historic Woodstock, New York, that bring to mind the curves and contours of the company’s classic NS-model bass. It’s a promising spring day, and I’ve been invited for a tour of the facility as part of the company’s 45th Anniversary. For Spector, this celebratory year is an opportunity to look back and honor a small start-up that was able to nudge its way into the front row beside major manufacturers of best-selling basses, thanks to a unique, modern, ergonomic design. It’s also about moving forward by virtue of a highly devoted staff and operational upgrades that will ensure a steady path of development, refinement, innovation, and customer satisfaction.  Spector Guitars was founded in 1976 at the Brooklyn Woodworkers Co-op by Stuart Spector and Alan Charney. A year later, Ned Steinberger, a co
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Chris Jisi   By: Chris Jisi

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