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3 hours ago, hiram.k.hackenbacker said:

I have to say, I like both the basses, but I dread to think how much they are asking for them.

I think it may be a case of 'if you have to ask'.

I seem to remember a youtube clip of Andertons visiting the Fender stand at NAMM last year or the year before and saying that every one of that years collection had been sold before they'd gone on show, which I think would have been before they were officially unveiled.

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22 hours ago, Eldon Tyrell said:

The bass is not my cup of tea either but it has an interesting story:

 

Thanks for posting. I enjoyed that.

Re. the P/J p/up configuration. I like the idea of the stack-knob controls and retaining the jack socket as part of the scratch plate, rather than a v/v/t approach, and the socket being tucked underneath the body. It’s probably been done before but I’ve not seen it like that... 

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31 minutes ago, Old Man Riva said:

I like the idea of the stack-knob controls and retaining the jack socket...

I've eyed the Ibanez Talman control plate, would look great on a rear route P...

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bit 'Strat Jack'... bit Tele 51 P...

Single hole for concentric Vol and Tone...

Plain 'n Simples...

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I am stunned. That "Leaves of Tears" purple monstrosity has got to be the most tasteless design I've ever seen on an official Fender-branded guitar. It looks like a Warmoth bitsa assembled for an AOR band in 2005. Apparently  good judgement is an entirely optional quality for a master builder! 

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