|Michael Delacerda (dela217)
Post Number: 49
|Posted on Saturday, November 23, 2002 - 6:52 am: |
Here is a very nice bass made back in 1973. It features a nice walnut top with lots of flame. It also has a oak core with a neck made of mostly purpleheart with maple laminates. Check it out!
|Tracey Gholson (fretted4)
Post Number: 3
|Posted on Wednesday, November 27, 2002 - 3:18 pm: |
Killer pickup covers, can alembic still make those?
|Googe Endeveronte (goooge)
Post Number: 41
|Posted on Friday, November 29, 2002 - 4:54 am: |
go to the "alembic basses and guitars" section of this board -in that folder there are 2 threads-
1) color of pickups
2) caramel pickups covers
your answers (straight from Mica) await you
(they cant make the caramel pickups anymore-and these are pickup covers-the pickups are casted into the epoxy itself)
Post Number: 362
|Posted on Thursday, May 13, 2004 - 4:55 am: |
hey mike,does all of your old alembics have the same set-up as #49,(no filters?).or did alembic just did that to just a few of them?,,,,by the way one hellof a collection!
Post Number: 374
|Posted on Thursday, May 13, 2004 - 6:54 am: |
Keavin - Number 16 is the only one I have that has no filters. And I have seen others like this too. I have had the chance to play number 17, and it had no filters either. I would think that there are not too many with this set up.
Post Number: 160
|Posted on Saturday, May 15, 2004 - 11:30 am: |
Michael, this keeps me thinking about my custom idea of a bass with Series pickups and preamps only, no filters or controls.
Maybe next year!
Post Number: 370
|Posted on Monday, May 17, 2004 - 8:16 am: |
Hey mike, next to stanley clarke you must have the most alembics,,,or do you have #1,(?)