Spector Basses

Spector Basses, the eponymous outfit of Stuart Spector, was founded in 1976 in Brooklyn when the man began working with luthier Ned Steinberger to craft an instrument perfectly suited for the modern bassist. Renowned for the signature NS-1 and NS-2 (single and dual pickup respectively), the company has earned the patronage of players ranging from Gary Tallent of the E Street Band to Alex Webster of Cannibal Corpse. Whether you're just starting out on your four-string career or are a seasoned vet looking for a top-caliber instrument, Spector covers all the bases for the low-end crowd.