Leo Fender did not like the name Tri-Sonix, so the name evolved under Leo Fender's suggestion to call the new company Music Man.
In 1974, the company started producing its first product, an amplifier designed by Leo Fender and Tom Walker called the "Sixty Five".
So I couldn´t resist, when this bass was offered in Finland.
But if you think, to ship a bass within the European Union is not a problem, forget it!
Tom Walker approached Leo Fender about financial help in forming Tri-Sonix.
White had worked with Leo in the very early days of Fender Electric Instrument Manufacturing Company as the plant manager and stayed on after the company was sold to the CBS Corporation, but had grown unhappy with their management. Because of a 10-year non-compete clause in the 1965 contract that sold the Fender companies to CBS, Leo Fender was a silent partner.
Date of production: 2004 This is a late Rickenbacker 4003 with the popular fireglow finsih.
Details Do you know a bass player, who is not dreaming of a Alembic Series I or Series II bass?
No one was arrested, and there were no charges filed, but some of the juveniles were removed from the beach in handcuffs, Captain Mark Berard told The Daytona Beach News-Journal.These Alembic Coustom bass was produced in 1991 and has a Series I body with Alembic Spoiler electronics.