If there is anything I can do to help those who are interested to find more information about this guitar please message me an Although not as common they do exist. Quality is dubious and it is best to avoid these instruments. Neck has a ding that doesn't affect playing. Occasionally a special individual comes forward with additions, and hopefully you are one.
Looks amazing and cool!
In the early 60s, after they acquired new plants and specialized equipment, Matsumoku began to increase its production. At that time, companies like Ibanez, Yamaha, Matsumoku, stopped copying and began to offer their own designs. Typical Spectrum neck is built in maple, with rosewood fingerboard and often a satin black finish. This version does not have through-body stringing. There were some korean made ones to avoid but overall even some of the korean ones are decent. The guitar legacy of Matsumoku Industrial Co.