Post Number: 54
|Posted on Wednesday, May 03, 2006 - 5:51 pm: |
Post Number: 771
|Posted on Wednesday, May 03, 2006 - 6:14 pm: |
So much mojo it's smoking!!
'Seagull' tailpieces, pistol grip, double 'Knob' headstocks, dark wood neck laminates. I wonder why the baritone neck has bass keys for tuners?
What a wonderful piece of history. Buy smart, have it refinished and refitted (I'd have it fretted) back in Santa Rosa for a FRACTION of what it would cost to commission this these days!
T O O C O O L
J o e y
Post Number: 3760
|Posted on Wednesday, May 03, 2006 - 6:45 pm: |
Post Number: 104
|Posted on Wednesday, May 03, 2006 - 7:04 pm: |
This incredible axe was appeared once on the club board For Sale & Trade
I was interested it, especially baritone neck converts to 6 strings (E to F) SSB.
Post Number: 661
|Posted on Thursday, May 04, 2006 - 5:45 am: |
By the way, this instrument was featured in one of the Alembic brochures that was printed in 1975.
Note the twin truss rods on the 6 string side. Twin truss rods were not standard until late 1977.
Post Number: 3763
|Posted on Thursday, May 04, 2006 - 4:57 pm: |
Post Number: 370
|Posted on Wednesday, May 10, 2006 - 12:02 pm: |
Auction ended, no bids.