Alembic Series Graphite John Mcvie actual bass from The Chain photo

Alembic Series Graphite John Mcvie actual bass from The Chain photo
Alembic Series Graphite John Mcvie actual bass from The Chain photo
Alembic Series Graphite John Mcvie actual bass from The Chain photo
Alembic Series Graphite John Mcvie actual bass from The Chain photo
Alembic Series Graphite John Mcvie actual bass from The Chain photo
Alembic Series Graphite John Mcvie actual bass from The Chain photo
Alembic Series Graphite John Mcvie actual bass from The Chain photo
Alembic Series Graphite John Mcvie actual bass from The Chain photo
Alembic Series Graphite John Mcvie actual bass from The Chain photo
Alembic Series Graphite John Mcvie actual bass from The Chain photo
Alembic Series Graphite John Mcvie actual bass from The Chain photo
Alembic Series Graphite John Mcvie actual bass from The Chain photo

Alembic Series Graphite John Mcvie actual bass from The Chain photo

Lots of info and documentation to come, I will add as it comes in. THanks, The LowEnd Bass Shop Fleetwood Mac John Mcvie graphite neck Alembic, one of Alembic first with a crazy electronic package and neck LEDs Sounds and plays amazing. From Rick Turner today let me know if this helps Yeoww! Scratching old memory banks here... That this has Alembic "SuperFilters" in it...

But the knob configuration puzzles me just a bit. It probably has a "stereo" output... Pin 4 is for + voltage...

15 to 20 volts, and Pin 5 is for - voltage... Same, 15 to 20 volts supplied by an external power supply. On the regular "Super filter" circuit, there were separate volume controls for straight-through unadulterated volume and filtered volume...

You mix those two together. Then there would be a knob for frequency, one for filter Q, and then a switch to select filter type: high pass, low pass, band pass, notch (which can be thought of as negative band pass), and maybe a low pass with a treble boost. If you can isolate it down to just filtered sound with the direct sound turned all the way down, you can then suss out what is what with the other controls. The filter frequency should be pretty obvious, and then you're just left with a few other things. It is remotely possible that this bass has passive treble cut tone controls on there, too.

I'm a bit thrown by the number of what look like switches. Is that pointer knob on a pot or a rotary switch? I did this for Phil Lesh a few years ago, but the layout on his "Big Brown" bass...

A totally modded Guild Starfire also known as "the Godfather" you can look'em up! Is different from this one. We sure stuffed a lot of shit into that thing! Check out the LowEnd Bass Shop for lots of new and used Inventory. The item "Alembic Series Graphite John Mcvie actual bass from The Chain photo" is in sale since Sunday, August 27, 2017. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Bass Guitars". The seller is "lowendshop" and is located in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Alembic Series Graphite John Mcvie actual bass from The Chain photo


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