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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by bryan bailey, Aug 22, 2004.
Wow, that's one of the early ones! Amazing EQ on those early Smiths, they sound great. Typical Stanley though, trying to sell the thing for 25 grand. Probably still trying to pay for the divorce. I had an early Smith for years, it was one of my favorite instruments. Beautiful tone, extremely versatile, great feel, very nice bass. This particular one, you'd probably have to play standing up. Nice lookin' bass though, good for shows. If it had an extra string I might even consider buying it. For maybe a quarter of the price.
i know he has the right to try to sell for whatever he wants- and as much as a Stanley fan as i was , its kind of a turn off to see the price tag because it belongs to Stanley... $25,oooo - pleeeeze!
That thing may not be pretty, but it IS ugly.
There's a Stingray for sale that was "recorded for a demo CD by a famous football player that I play in a band with"... Some people.
It's kinda weird...I like almost every aspect of it. I like Vs, I like the headstock shape, I like the control cavity cover/pickguard/whatever the pots are on, I like the wood figuring, I like the idea of the little design in the crotch of the V....But all together, it's somehow hideous! I can't explain it...
I heard on another forum it was to raise money for Stanley Clarkes Scholarship Foundation!
It looks like most of you dont get it - Kaz, I mean Brian did, and I remember, too
There was a thread about one of Stanley's basses on sale on eBay, for 25000, as well, and it turned out that someone was trying to sell it without Stanley knowing of it
But maybe this time its with Stanley's authorization, as it says in each description? Then why not write more about the specs and that its going towards a fund? This still seems a bit strange to me...
*Waits for Ken Smith to come by*