This is guitar #002, (#001 remains in the Spector company collection) handcrafted in the USA by Spector. The guitar has an ultra amberburst high gloss finish, two Harmonic Design humbuckers and a solid Honduran rosewood set neck. The mahogany body incorporates hidden tone chambers and is topped with the highest grade of quilted maple top.
"It's only fitting that Norm Good should get this first guitar," says Stuart. "Thirty years ago when I started making instruments in Brooklyn, Norm bought the very first Spector G-1 guitar from me. It's great to be able to continue to work with old friends for all these years."
Norm's Music is located at 922 Kings Highway in Brooklyn, (718) 376-0910.
For more information, visit their web site at www.spectorbass.com.
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