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  1. Cruisin Loser

    CATARI comes along at Pacific Seacraft

    What a beauty! PRS notoriously hates building lefties, there are only a handful of lefty hollow bodies like yours, all custom orders. The one I tried out had a price tag of $10,500 after the discount was figured in. It was a lovely guitar, played beautifully.  Those intonated stop bar...
  2. Cruisin Loser

    CATARI comes along at Pacific Seacraft

    At the other end of the scale, our bassist is using a Gretch China made short scale I found on Craigslist for $100.  That is a truly beautiful instrument. 
  3. Cruisin Loser

    CATARI comes along at Pacific Seacraft

    At this point I'm as interested in seeing @kdh's new bass.
  4. Cruisin Loser

    CATARI comes along at Pacific Seacraft

    Thanks. I was playing a few weeks ago with Noah Wotherspoon and Ally Venable, with Noah's rhythm section. At the end, Noah's bassist, a lefty, asked if he could play the Collings a little.  After about 30 minutes we all had to go and he kind of timidly asked what it cost, and said "That's the...
  5. Cruisin Loser

    CATARI comes along at Pacific Seacraft

    That is the coolest thing ever!
  6. Cruisin Loser

    CATARI comes along at Pacific Seacraft

    Great looking bass, K. I love the shape of the neck heel where it starts through the body. I believe Alembic #1 was owned by Jack Casady of Jeff Airplane and Hot Tuna. This is my lefty Collings I35LC, built in Austin by the recently passed Bill Collings, with underwound Jason Lollar pickups. My...
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