Post Number: 11
|Posted on Monday, September 13, 2010 - 8:39 pm: |
First off, the title is a typo... it should be thank you... This might be the wrong place to post this, but I need to shout it out to you guys any way... In the years that I have been playing bass, and the many many companies I have worked with, Warwick, Fender, Ken smith, ect. I have never had a company help me out quite as much at you guys at Alembic! You guys dramatically expanded my bass horizon, (thanks in part that funk and jazz sound a whole lot better than on any other bass I have) and none that have treated me with such respect and kindness! I have been bitten by the Alembic bug, and will soon have more alembics. And I might just sell many of my other basses to get them! Again, I don't know if this is put on the right place, but still, thanks for every thing Susan!
(Message edited by josh_emmons on September 13, 2010)
Post Number: 1501
|Posted on Monday, September 13, 2010 - 9:55 pm: |
Josh, there's nobody like Susan and Mica and Mary and everyone at Alembic. I bought a used Spoiler, had a few questions like we all do at first, and they treated me like I'd spent 50 grand with them. Nobody cares about their axes and the people that play them, regardless of how they came to own one, like Alembic.
Plus, they wrote the book that the Warwicks, Ken Smiths, et al, are reading: There were no artist-grade basses and electronics before Ron and Susan conjured these things. In the book,'American Basses', the author notes that there were two seminal moments in the development of the electric bass: Mr. Fender's original Precision Bass, and the advent of Alembic. Of course, Mr. Fender is gone home now, but you can still talk to the authors of the second leap forward. Amazing, ain't it?
J o e y
Post Number: 1278
|Posted on Monday, September 13, 2010 - 10:07 pm: |
I also say ___ Thank you !
Post Number: 259
|Posted on Tuesday, September 14, 2010 - 12:01 am: |
Good Call Josh
Thank you to all the folks at Alembic