NAMM 2017 basses are here and posted – take a look at what’s new at Luthiers Access Group
Name Your Price – Does these sound like words of desperation?
Not so, my friends.
Let me explain. I am not a big fan of the haggle, the dance that sometimes occurs between seller and buyer.
“ What is your best price ? “
“ What is the lowest you can go ? “
“ Would you accept $xxxx ? “
So, I ask players to make an offer they are willing to act upon. Let us skip the hypothetical questions, let’s be more direct with respect.
Allow me to answer any and all of your questions regarding any of our basses. If / when it comes time to talk business, let’s keep it simple , sincere and reasonable – Name Your Price
Basses can arrive at any time via trade, purchase from players, or new basses from our builders. Keep your eyes on this page so any fretless or fretted, 4, 5, or 6 string bass you have been looking for does not elude you any more.
I often like to do comparisons between basses in an effort to further fine tune my ears. Might be similar basses from different bass builders, or various designs from a particular bass builders. Sometimes these little “tests” are at the request of a player who wants to know how a couple of basses stack up.
The memory clears and a custom bass from the past re-appears here, with a little reflection and look back at a memorable piece.
Le Fay, Marleaux, Zakrzewski, Kinal, Kenneth Lawrence, Jerzy Drozd, Skjold, Glockenklang, Basswitch, Aries, Rybski. Get to know the builders of Luthiers Access Group.