Tuesday, 02 September 2008
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I'm trying to sell off my parallel fretted basses. So here are my two Alembics now: - Alembic Excel 5 string, built 1998, bought last year as NOS and it still looks new, ash body, flamed maple top, set neck, pao ferro fretboard, Fat Boy pickup in the sweetspot, 1 volume, 1 bass, 1 treble, rocks quite nicely for an Alembic, nice midrange, incl. gigbag and paperwork, really good B-string for a 34", 1650 Euros - Alembic Essence 5 string, built 1998, overall in excellent shape, but somebody mistreated the pickup housings a bit, broken in a few places near the screws, technically no problem with washers under the screws, just doesn't look perfect, neck through with mahogany sides and flamed maple tops, two MYX56 pickups, ebony fretboard with front markers, 1 volume, 1 pickup pan, 1 active filter tone, sounds like you'd expect an Alembic to sound, plays great, incl. gigbag, excellent B-string for a 34", 1650 Euros Interested, please let me know. The basses can be tested in south west Germany, if you happen to be there. Cheers, Christoph Freiburg Germany
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Hey Mark, Well indeed, so it goes. The Alembics are good bass guitars for parallel fretted ones, but they just don
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[quote="basstolero":1w4wmw5u]I'm trying to sell off my parallel fretted basses. So here are my two Alembics now... Cheers, Christoph Freiburg Germany[/quote:1w4wmw5u] And so it goes when a player discovers Dingwalls. :P My remaining parallel-fretted basses are primarily art objects now, decoration for my music room. I had a couple of Series 1's in the past, before I had Dingwalls, but they would for sure be gone to fund more Dingwalls if I had them today. So, what's your next Dingwall going to be? Mark
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