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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by mybluespector, Mar 22, 2004.
Gonna make my guitar player get one by force if i have too!
Personally i think Stu should stick to basses
I dunno, I think they look good. Sorta the Anti-PRS, if you will.
I have seen guitar shapes used on basses but never the other way around.
Just don't look right to me with a short neck. I agree, Stu should stick to basses.
Building new guitars is a lost cause, all guitarists need are fender telecaster and stratocaster
I think it's just fine. Maybe our local spector dealer will get some in.
Beep beep! Spelling police.. It's "your guitar players", not "you're guitar players." Remember kids, "You're" means "you are".
i like em.
:-/ idk..kinda odd.
I wouldn't really count on it...at least not any time soon. That ad has been up for quite a while and I haven't heard anything else about Spector guitars since that site was created.
not bass related - off to misc.
I bet they rock! I like em.... I mean I love my Spector bass so why wouldn't the guitars be any less as far as quality?
I'm sure they are fine guitars but the guitar playing mentality will never embrace them. Look at the choices they have now and they always end up with a Strat or Les Paul or PRS.
Dunno.... if it's a great product musicians seem to embrace anything. We know high end Spectors have a great reputation. If you look at the guitars, Seymour pups, gotoh tuners, the bridge looks good, I'm sure there is a lot of hand made parts on the guitars like the high end basses. If people pay $2,500 for a PRS then why not for a Spector if it plays and sounds great. Those guys know what they are doing, I'm sure they will be successful with the guitars.
Ok, this is the most disappointing thread ive ever come across.
I thought it was like, what to tell your guitarists... but noooo, its just showing them a cool guitar, damnit! I want some guitarist jokes!!!
OK, What do you call a guitarist without a girlfriend??????