Love the ARC6. It's got the same tonal sound, the crunchy sound of the Les Paul, but is lighter with the curved body.
The neck fits into the body a nice place so wrist strain is minimal. The neck is more profiled like a Strat (older vintage with some beef but not the thicker profile of the Les Paul).
In all the ARC6-Pro and ARC6-Pro Trem are great guitars for the money and if you ever decide to upgrade them, drop in different pups like an EMG 81/85 set and you can really tear it down into metal or hard rock, or got to some of the Duncan pups like a Pearly Gates and get a more Strat-like sound.
I have a USA ARC6 Set Neck on order and currently have Lance Harvill's (Arms of the Sun/Rex Brown) RX-GT Set Neck in my possession (Lance is a good friend and I needed some photos, plus his RX-GT is gloss white). And have to say that I love the neck profiles on Stuart's electric guitars. And the import models are identical to the USA models in that regard.
Wow. This picture confirmed it for me - I want a gloss white Rex bass! (Has anyone had any luck refinishing their Spectors before? I'm about to paint a bass I've built gloss white, so if that turns out well I might consider trying to refinish the Rex... maybe)
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