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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Dr. Cheese, Nov 9, 2017.
This bass is simply perfect!
Looks sweet. I've never even seen one in person. Exactly how rare are these. A quick Google for sale search pulls up precisely zero. .?? How long did they make them.
That bass is clean like an Alembic and I always love the sound of agraphite neck.
Keisel/Carvin makes that design now. Wonder how they compare??
Those are nice. I just can't get past the Keisel brand logo.
They were not made for long. I know at least one TB'er has the five string version.
Huh. I didn't even know these were originally made by Peavey. I only knew about the Carvin version.
Brian has had deals with a handful of companies making his design over the last 30 years or so. I think when the Peavey came out, it was the first time I heard of him and that design.
Great basses; stereo outs, piezo pups, modulus neck, and the body fit real nice. They where only made for a brief moment, mos-def the "unicorn" of EBG's.
I gotta admit, that’s a beautiful-looking and beautiful-sounding bass!
One of few basses I own that I didn't feel like it needed a an improvement in pickups or preamp. They sound awesome to my ears.
Although there were a lot of rare, limited run Peavey basses, I say the Bromberg is the unicorn of Peavey basses because it is the only that really commands boutique level prices.
Here is Brian Bromberg on his Peavey in 1992.
Now I know what to look for when I stop at yard sales.
I own one and swapped the pre to an aguilar OBP3
I love the thing to death
Also put hipshot kickass bridge on and tuners with d tuner
Ordering a carvin version too soon
Well, he's not lying about them being some of the baddest basses out there. They rarely come up for sale.
As the owner of a Peavey and several Moduli, it's definitely the coolest Peavey out there!
There was a deal with a Korean company for year or so, but I cannot remember their name.
@Raw N Low
There was one for sale in Germany this month,don't think it's gone yet.
Dean did a version too.
Dean is the Korean company whose name I could not remember.
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