Post Number: 76
|Posted on Monday, October 07, 2013 - 5:21 am: |
This is a 1997, four string, neck through Rogue bass. The Rogue is a great bass for someone used to Fender ergonomics, as the horn stretches to the 12th fret. So, the balance is great, and it's not a boat anchor.
Plays like a dream, no dead spots, and sounds amazing. It's in great condition, but has a little wear in the slap position.
I don't have the build info from Alembic yet, so you'll have to take your best guess on the top wood.
I love this bass, and it's pretty much everything I want in an instrument. I'm on the fence about selling this, but sometimes you have to part with the things you love.
For right now I can't take trades. However, if some of my other instruments/gear sells first, I _might_ be able to take a partial trade + cash.
$2500 + shipping from Chicago.
Post Number: 201
|Posted on Monday, October 07, 2013 - 7:44 pm: |
Looks like mine, except the top wood is quilted maple instead of flame maple.
Mahogany back, purple heart sandwiched between, maple neck with walnut laminates.
Mine is from 1998 - they must have made a bunch of these. Great over all choices in woods and electronics.
Sweet axe - I love mine.
Post Number: 82
|Posted on Saturday, January 11, 2014 - 1:20 pm: |
I do love this bass. It's versatile, and sounds great.
Anyhow, it's been awhile since I've touched this thread, but it's still available.
Post Number: 36
|Posted on Monday, January 13, 2014 - 11:52 am: |
By Fender ergonomics do you mean neck profile ? I find that Fender Pbasses have baseball bat necks and jazz basses have a more comfy feel, but I like skinny neck profiles best. This bass is a dream !