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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by victorlion, Mar 26, 2012.
Hi Collegs! If therere Alembic owners lets joint!
Here are my Alembic Rouge6,Alembic Essence5.
Count me in. Here are my '77 Series 1 and my '86 Spoiler.
Count me in!
Here's my 95 Epic-5 Quartersawn Zebrawood
Here's my 84 Spoiler Koa
Top to bottom (middle actually)
1987 Series I. Walnut top and back, red LEDs
2000 Mark King Deluxe 5-string w/ Series II electronics, Coco Bolo top and back, amber LEDs, golden MOP inlays
The third one is another club altogether
.....and yes, I do gig with them.
Safe to assume all are familiar with THE Alembic Club???
Topics - Alembic Club
1991 Fender Prodigy with Alembic pickups and electronics
1983 Alembic Spoiler Koa, refinished: Black
1988 Alembic Spoiler Coco Bolo
1990 Alembic Elan Quilted Maple Stormburst finish
2006 Alembic Custom fretless Spalted Maple (upgraded to Signature electronics, not in this pic)
2010 Alembic Custom Elan 5
Also gets gigged:
I guess my name kinda says it all.
Here's my go to bass:
Alembic Club: Europa 5 String w/ Series I Electronics
Alembic Essence 6 string. Got, surprisingly, good sound for a live shot. Uploaded Videos from a Television show. It was a live broadcast, kept everyone on their toes.
Here and Now-Can't We Find - YouTube
Here and Now-Looking Glass Eyes - YouTube
Essence 6 String
Mark King 5 String
My Custom Series II Entwistle Replica:
My Stanley Clarke Sig Std and '91 Essence, which I used in Iraq:
And my '95 Epic:
Also, I owned a Europa and a Dragon's Wing which I've since sold.
Your Europa s gorgeous buddy
My 1982 coffee tab......Uh, Distillate.
Nice!! Pattern resembles ripples, very striking.
My '00 Mark King Standard which I still have, along with
an '84 Distillate and a '99 custom Rogue - both of which are now on to greener pastures.
Nice tio out there!
trio I meant
The new featured custom:
and even now the four tuners on the headstock are not symmetric
(I've read his whole building thread in the Alembic club)
Looks at post.......
Looks at calendar........
Remembers Alembic's 41-knob custom......
Goes to kitchen for a tasty snack
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