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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by JMX, Mar 31, 2004.
i love it!
i WANT 4!
Damn that's beautiful. Curse my inadequate German vocabulary
A Marleaux fretted neck-thru 6 string Classic was near the top of my GAS list already!!!
Cool. I love that design. I hope that'll bring the cost down, as the Italian Pagelli cost about $14k, IIRC
OMG I love that bass ! Art and function all in one package. Moholy-Nagy
would be proud !
An "affordable" Pagelli would be a fantastic thing! And Marleaux is top quality also.
I wonder how Marleaux feels about Pagelli's policy of intentionally leaving an imperfection in every instrument.
BTW Pagelli is Swiss, not Italian I think.
Hummm... guess that takes some pressure off.
Very nice bass. Wonder if I could pay less for the "perfect" version...
that Pagelli and the Ritter Jupiter have always been, to me, the epitome of bass aesthetics, exactly as Don says- art meets function.
Although I don't really know how they play, I've never met one in person yet.
Sure like to look at them though. Eyegasmic!
one of the most elegant basses ive ever seen wonder how it plays.
that has to be the single most beautiful bass design i have ever seen.
and i hate them for it!
i dig the design.....but am I the only one that thinks it looks like wish bass design?
To me the Ritter looks much more revolutionary.
function meets Art?
dirk, dirk, dirk- no! please don't compare that to a wish bass, that's just painful!
Qute. But...what about intonation? The bridge is not movable.
Intonation is often overlooked for fretless, but it does simplify life a lot.
They offer different options and bridges on the Pagelli site.
I'm in love with this version:
That's why the italian ones are so expensive!
Just kidding. My mistake, then.
They deliberately leave imperfections? What's that all about?
Do you have any idea at all about the price of these things???