Post Number: 26
|Posted on Sunday, July 20, 2008 - 4:55 am: |
Series 2 Dragonslayer for sale again!
There are pictures in the Showcase: http://alembic.com/club/messages/411/1459.html?1037581699
It is a 34" scale Series II Cocobolo front and back, LEDs on side and front (laser). The latter are controlled by a rotary switch. It is not as new but in good condition, it is an awesome guitar and has been played in consequence. I've played a few, this one was the best I tested so far, it's sound is exceptional among its peers. One of the Omega horns broke off while while in posession of her first owner, and was professionally repaired by Alembic. A fine line is visible up close, but the varnish was redone and nothing can be felt. Some slight corrosion spots are visible on 2 of the gold plated tuners. There are no belt buckle marks, neck and frets are perfect.
The engraved brass plates are original Alembic. The bass comes with the case (like new inside, some wear outside) a rackmount DS5-R power supply and a cable which I repaired as the original was giving some signs of weakness. The canon plug on the cable on the guitar side is a bit tired though and could be replaced, I can't find the part in Europe ... Also included is an unmounted golden pair of straplocks.
I am located in Rouen/Normandy/France. Please send any questions to email@example.com, and I am on the forum from time to time. It is not advertized anywhere else, so I don't think there is any rush.
I can ship mostly anywhere you want once payment has cleared, I was thinking of about 5K€ as a selling price, let me know what you think.
Ooops, almost forgot, I also have a big EBS rig for sale if you're in the area:
EBS Fafner, about 2 1/2 years old in SKB rack, mint, rarely used.
EBS 410, two of these, rarely used, moved 3-4 times in total, excellent condition (just minor fabric fluff)
The lot: 2200€
Why am I selling? I switched back to drums in my band + starting a new business, so no more time for bass, although I'll keep one in the closet just in case my fingers itch
(Message edited by ingmar on July 20, 2008)