Ned Steinberger

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A Steinberger electric bass guitar

Ned Steinberger (b. Princeton, New Jersey, 1948) is an American creator of innovative musical instruments. He is most notable for his design of guitars and basses without a traditional headstock, which are called Steinberger instruments.[1] He also has a line of electric basses and string instruments through his company called NS Design and was also the designer of the first ever Spector bass, the NS.

Ned is the son of physics Nobel laureate Jack Steinberger.

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