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The Spoiler bass, like the one featured here, was one of the many instruments released throughout the ’80s to shave off the price of Alembic’s top models. Still a high-end bass in its own right with little change in the build process, the Spoilers, initially released in 1981, featured simplified electronics—a four-way pickup selector, master volume and master tone/filter, and a mini-toggle to activate the active low-pass filter. Sporting a very common 32" scale length and ebony fingerboard, this Spoiler shows a mahogany top with a decent amount of finish wear in the right hand playing position, but is otherwise in great shape.
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