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What an absolute unit.
As a 4003 and Alembic owner, I agree with all these folks; very fair trade.
*Looks nervously at Fender 400PS triple stack* They’d better not be!
My Alembic Elan came to a livestream from an art gallery; it was one of the cheapest things in there.
In order of acquisition, each bumped by the next one:
1989 Epiphone AccuBass
2003 Fender MIM Precision
2004 Fender MIM Jazz
2009 Fender MIM...
Time for a new wife.
Why buy 418 ACs when you could buy *checks calculator* 11,179 Glarrys?
I played one at GC in January that had come back as a trade-in with DR Legend flats on it. There’s a really natural plucking spot between the neck...
Kim Deal used one sparingly with the Pixies.
^^^ this. For example, the first Precision to leave the factory in 1951 was stamped with serial #0017, if I remember right.
I use mine! P + flats + thumb + tone knob on full makes for a cool sound on sparse songs.
Me neither! It’s almost as fun to stare at it as it is to play.
Bakithi Kumalo on Paul Simon’s Graceland.
As my architecture professor would say, “Maybe it’s not for everyone, but at least they are trying something!”
The late Adam Schlesinger of Fountains of Wayne was playing with his thumb in everything I ever saw him do.