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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Brendan, Jul 12, 2002.
Possibly the most beautifull basses I've ever seen. More at Marleaux
Dude. Me want.
Ever since I saw that paduak Marleaux on BunnyBass a while ago, I've had a hankering for one.
PADAUK? My favorite wood? Ooo...is still there, Pete? Me need see!
See, the basses are even impeding my ability to think coherently...
Here's a Marleaux Jazz @ Bass Palace. This is art!
It's still "there"
I need some Kleenex...I uh, need to, ah...blow my nose...
Watch out, here it comes again -
I smell fish...
I. . .uh, . . .don't think I want to know. Nevermind.
No, no you don't. Suffice to say that I really dig these basses...
i had the padauk marleaux on my desktop a while ago. I'm still waiting for the day i get to play one.
That Jazz is stunning.
I almost bought that jazz, until one of my sales fell through at the last minute. It really is beautiful.
I think Marleaux and Jerzy Drozd make the best looking low frequency eye candy. One of these days I'll get to play one. Hope I don't like them too much. Could impact my retirement investments.
i really dig the machined look of those two piece brass bridges. really clean looking.
Yup, Elastic Trem rocks, I have their Tuning Fork model on my Fenix J 5 copy - and it's awesome! Cooler than the ABM one IMO.
ahhh....elastic trem....i'll have to keep that in mind.....*off to look for their website*
Yep, those things look purty. Kinda like a Henewinkcel, almost. I dig the look, though.
Yeah, it does look kinda like a Hanewinckel ( http://www.hguitars.com/ ) Draken: