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Thread: So what are the chances of the Big Al making a production comeback ??

  1. #16
    Join Date
    Jan 2003
    Dall-Ass, TX
    It's a miracle

  2. #17
    Join Date
    Jul 2008
    Chesapeake, VA
    There is also a used Big Al 5 Single H, Sunburst, MHS, RW Board on the used Guitar Center website.

    Used Ernie Ball Music Man Big Al 5 String Electric Bass Guitar 3 Tone Sunburst | Guitar Center
    BONGO 4H Tobacco Burst (2015 PDN)
    SBMM JP50 Stealth W/ Dimarzio LF/CL
    SBMM SUB SB4 Red
    Former owner of...
    BONGO - 4HH (Rolls Burgandy), 4Hp ("Small EQ"/Medallion Gold), 4H (Ice Blue), 5HSp (White), 4H (Black Sugar), 4H (PDN Honeyburst)
    STINGRAY - 4H (30TH), 4H (Dargie Delight), 4H (VSB/BFR RW Neck), 5H (08 LE)
    STERLING - 4HH (Dargie Delight), 4H (Stealth), 4HS (Natural)
    25TH - 5HH (Venetian Red)
    BIG AL - 4SSS (Olive Gold)

  3. #18
    Join Date
    Feb 2004
    Mesa, AZ
    That one must have just showed up. I search the GC used stuff for Big Als occasionally and haven't seen any on there for a while, maybe since I bought my 4h all rosewood off there.
    Stingray 4H - Black Sparkle, rosewood, matching headstock - DOB 5/9/02 (sold)
    Bongo 4H - Candy Red - DOB 5/24/06
    Big Al 4 H Black, Completely Rosewood Neck, Black Pickguard - DOB 01/31/2014

    Quote Originally Posted by bovinehost View Post
    The lovely thing about the single H Bongo is it's point-and-shoot simplicity while still maintaining the ability to blow over large vehicles full of campers.

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