Alembic Stanley Clarke mint 30.75" with red LED's

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Plantbrain, Apr 26, 2010.


  1. Plantbrain

    Plantbrain

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    Part of me wants to keep her, but this is something that is meant to be played and shared, not collected and stored.
    I am glad to have owned her, but it is time.

    1998
    Red side LED's
    serial no# is 98SJ11850
    This is a mint bass with slight oxidation on the bridge only, and tiny smudge of the Alembic label on pickup, a tiny you have to really look hard for it smudge where the fingers rest next to the pick up.
    30.75" short neck
    Woods are flame maple face which changes in the light, mahogany back, maple neck and some serious love.

    4000$

    No trades, I simply do not need another bass if this one is not getting played as much as it should.


    Thank you, and may you be the lucky person who owns this.

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    Shipping is typically 40$ in the USA.

    Tom
  2. joeyl

    joeyl Supporting Member

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    I used to spend hours as a kid looking at pictures of that bass. Wow
  3. Plantbrain

    Plantbrain

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    It's a wonderful instrument.

    Tom
  4. nic salsus

    nic salsus

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    Where are you located?
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  6. Plantbrain

    Plantbrain

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    Sacramento, CA

    Tom
  7. genstormbringer

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    Too bad it isn't a medium scale Alembic I would be on this like white or brown (whatever u prefer) on rice.
  8. Vakmere

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    You want another one? LanGAS.....
  9. Plantbrain

    Plantbrain

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    "Reluctant" bump, new it's about 9300$.
    So given it's condition, it's an insane deal, you know you want it:)
  10. Juggernaught

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    Love the top, seriously cool
  11. Plantbrain

    Plantbrain

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    Hey, you got a gnarly Alembic as well!
    Well, even if no buyers can afford it these days, I always get to have it around, which, ain't 1/2 bad either.

    Till the lust can become $ for a buyer, it shall remain mine.

    Tom
  12. Plantbrain

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    What's the tax refund for? Can you not think of a better way to spend it?:D
  13. mb94952

    mb94952 Endorsing Artist : SFARZO STRINGS Gold Supporting Member

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    OMG ! (sorry, for the texting vernacular. I couldn't help it - Lan GAS is his new name !!!!!! He is a bass ADDICT !!!!!!!

    By the way, I'm in Petaluma ! ONLY an hour away from you !

    LANIS = Lan GAS !!!!!!
  14. Plantbrain

    Plantbrain

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    Ah, it's only 1.25" less than a 32" :p
    Means you can stretch them fingers another fret or two.

    Tom
  15. Plantbrain

    Plantbrain

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    Bump for the bass lust
  16. Vakmere

    Vakmere

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    Petaluma is an hour from Philly? I need to get out more.
  17. mb94952

    mb94952 Endorsing Artist : SFARZO STRINGS Gold Supporting Member

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    No, Petaluma is only an hour from Sacramento - where the ALEMBIC is for sale !
  18. Plantbrain

    Plantbrain

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    And still is:)

    And made ...only 20 minutes north off HYW 101 in Santa Rosa.

    Tom
  19. genstormbringer

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    MOP

    Vakmere or JOP = Joe is a standup guy and a bass addict like us.

    LOP
  20. Plantbrain

    Plantbrain

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    Bump for the short necky

    Tom
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