|Mike Link (zombierockstar)
Post Number: 7
|Posted on Tuesday, October 15, 2002 - 2:14 pm: |
This story behind this bass is pretty interesting...so here goes...there's a drummer/friend of mine who plays for one of Boise's more popular bands, The Casey Bryant Band, and he told me the bands' bass-player had to quit due to legal reasons. The drummer asked me to audition and I immediately got the gig. The funny thing is...is that the former bassist needed to sell this Alembic for legal reasons (he didn't want to part with his Schecter 5-string!!??). He wanted $900 for the Epic!!!! I'm thinking..."This baby's mine now!!!!" It's in great condition and plays beautifully!!! It's a 'lifer'! One thing though, Mica, can you reply with a little info on this particular bass? The S/N is 96W10040 USA.
Thank you so much for creating a beautiful bass!!!
|Peter Hess (locutusofborg10)
Post Number: 1
|Posted on Friday, November 01, 2002 - 8:00 am: |
Just got my first Alembic. An Epic and it's a beauty. I was told I am the second owner. There will not be a third unless one my kids decides to learn how to play. No photo yet, sorry. I'm putting it in my will so that it never gets into the wrong hands.
|Douglas Signorovitch (1stbass)
Post Number: 2
|Posted on Sunday, December 08, 2002 - 3:28 am: |
Thats one sweet bass, i have the same one with a figured walnut top. The light maple is sweet good luck its a keeper
Post Number: 368
|Posted on Tuesday, September 26, 2006 - 6:14 pm: |
I realize this is a new response to a post long ago, but I reall like the stories of how folks got their instruments. Nice pic!