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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Blackbird, Jan 13, 2003.
It's not what you think it is. It's a freakin' $15.000 copy!
wasn't ed roman hawking these things a while back?
some folks will buy anything.
nice feedback too!
Oh, and I'd say it's pretty dang ugly, too.
that's one damn ugly bass.
i just remebered this: I was in a music store in D.C. picking up my last Smith back in 1999 and the salesman asked me if i had 12k to spend on a bass. "hell no" i said but out of curiosity i had to know what it was...
The prototype of the "new" PRS bass - painted completely red.
PRS basses are froofy.
I think its purdy, and Id love to play something like that, but certainly would not pay anywhere close to that price for that.
Starting bid set at $250.
dont think ive ever seen an Anderson bass before.......
It should really say "It's not what what I think it is"
Geez, I wonder what the reserve is. Who is Tom Anderson and why are his basses worth more than anybody else's?
Tom Anderson I believe played in Cheap Trick.
I have his website saved as a reference as a reference for various wood combinations.
There's nothing on his site to indicate he has the slightest interest in basses........so, this may be the only Anderson bass in the world and why I would never seriously think about getting/wanting one.
If Bill Wyman and Dusty Hill don't bite, maybe I'll pick it up. I've always been a sucker for sucker type basses
I mean c'mon... that's flame Maple!!
Tom Anderson guitars are KILLER but as it's been said...why would you pay that much for a bass from a guy who's only built one.
No. Tom Petersson played in Cheap Trick.
I stand corrected.