Showroom feature: 3 Spalt Instruments guitars by luthier Michael Spalt

As part of the service proposed to boutique guitar builders to exhibit and try out instruments in the private showroom of The Guitar Channel in Paris, France I am very pleased to present a trio of Spalt Instruments guitars (spaltinstruments.com) by luthier Michael Spalt :

  • Gate Guitar #047
  • G2002 Octopus
  • Totem X.2 X7
Gate Guitar #047 from Spalt Instruments
Gate Guitar #047
G2002 Octopus by Spalt Instruments - The Guitar Channel
G2002 Octopus
Totem X.2 X7 guitar from Spalt Instruments - The Guitar Channel
Totem X.2 X7

Presentation of the guitars

Gate Guitar #047

Specs :

  • Alder body
  • Maple neck w/ Katalox fingerboard, 24 3⁄4" scale
  • BoneTop P-90 style pickup set
  • Hipshot fixed bridge
  • Gotoh vintage style tuners
  • 3-way switch, vol, tone w/push-pull for series mode
  • Dunlop Straplocks
Gate Guitar #047 by Spalt Instruments - The Guitar Channel

G2002 Octopus

Specs :

  • Alder body
  • Maple neck, Bloodwood fingerboard, 25 1⁄2" scale
  • Hipshot open back locking tuners
  • Lollar Model 1 pickup set
  • Vol, tone, 3-way switch
  • Roller Bridge
  • Göldo tremolo
  • Dunlop Straplocks
G2002 Octopus by Spalt Instruments - The Guitar Channel

Totem X.2 X7

Specs :

  • Alder body
  • Maple neck
  • 25 1⁄2" scale Indian Rosewood fingerboard
  • TV Jones Powertron in the neck
  • Lindy Fralin HO humbucker (splittable) in the bridge
  • Gotoh vintage style tuners
  • Hipshot fixed bridge
  • Dunlop straplocks
Totem X.2 X7 by Spalt Instruments - The Guitar Channel

Michael Spalt luthier presentation

The luthier Michael Spalt is a tenor of European electric guitar making. After working for 30 years in Los Angeles where he ran LA Guitar Garage, his lutherie workshop, he returned to Vienna, Austria. His instruments are sometimes more assimilated to works of art and yet they are fabulous electric guitars in their own right.


Come and try these guitars in our showroom in Paris, France

During the whole stay of these instruments in the showroom, it will be possible to come and try them out.

There are two ways to do this:

  1. You are a premium subscriber to The Guitar Channel, you can then make an appointment and come whenever you want.
  2. You are not (yet) subscribed, then contact the luthier to start the conversation and see with him if it is relevant to come for a test ride.

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