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MatureWolf
Posted 2018-03-12 11:52 PM (#541605)
Subject: WTB 12 string baritone



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Posts: 74

Location: Moscow, Russia

Any model, age, condition... Adamii are preferred.  Domestic US shipping.

If someone wants to part with (or suggest me where to buy) such a rare bird - please drop me the line.

Thanks,

Alex

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alpep
Posted 2018-03-13 11:07 AM (#541611 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone


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Posts: 10270

Location: NJ
only one I knew of was a custom order.
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stephent28
Posted 2018-03-13 2:07 PM (#541613 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone



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Posts: 13282

Location: Latitude 39.56819, Longitude -105.080066
No sure if Al is referring to mine. It is the only one that I am aware of.
I custom ordered a matched pair of 2080 longnecks in 6/12 strings configuration about 10 years ago.
Anyone who has heard or played them, knows they are the definition of beast.

I am sure if you want one, Al can special order one for you. I seriously doubt an unknown used one will show up and mine currently are not for sale.
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MatureWolf
Posted 2018-03-13 2:21 PM (#541614 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone



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Location: Moscow, Russia
Yes, I saw two Adamii 12er baritones - both (hopefully) still in OFC family and both are custom, for sure...

For the time being I'll be happy with woodtop (Legend, Elite) also ;-)

Best,
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alpep
Posted 2018-03-13 4:00 PM (#541616 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone


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Location: NJ
Yes that’s the one but I’m rather sure another one is out there
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cliff
Posted 2018-03-13 8:16 PM (#541620 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone


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Posts: 14835

Location: NJ
Beal’s got one, too . . .
A Black Adamas2.
Strung like a Ric.
Sounds like a Steinway.
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alpep
Posted 2018-03-14 6:15 AM (#541621 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone


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Location: NJ
I knew there was another one out there
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MWoody
Posted 2018-03-14 9:40 AM (#541623 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone



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Posts: 13873

Location: Upper Left USA
StOnge has a super shallow prototype in his basement. The neck support wasn't strong enough for the 12 string baritone neck. I think it was an early venture.
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alpep
Posted 2018-03-14 10:01 AM (#541624 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone


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Location: NJ
Yup I remember that
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stephent28
Posted 2018-03-14 11:16 AM (#541627 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone



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Location: Latitude 39.56819, Longitude -105.080066
Yes, forgot about Beal’s, another cannon! Longneck 12’s sounds amazing.
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seesquare
Posted 2018-03-14 11:56 AM (#541630 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone


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Posts: 3147

Location: Pacific Northwest Inland Empire
Sounds like the gauntlet has been thrown, to the BFLG, perhaps. Dan, Woody, Arumako?
Or, to Al, who makes great things happen, based on the coin-of-the-realm, and adroit collaboration..
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2wheeldrummer
Posted 2018-03-14 5:59 PM (#541633 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone



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Posts: 417

Location: moline,illinois
Samuels has a Adamas DS585 baritone 12 string he got off craigslist last year?
He had to have a bunch of work done to fix it so I'll bet its not for sale but that makes 3
heres a link to the thread talking about it
http://www.ovationfanclub.com/megabbs/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=47...

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Beal
Posted 2018-03-14 6:16 PM (#541634 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone



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Posts: 13892

Location: 6 String Ranch
Yeah, I have one available, strung regular, was Suttons. Black Adamas 2 Like new condition. Mine is strung like a Ric. This is normal

Shipping to Moscow? that's on you.

Edited by Beal 2018-03-14 6:18 PM
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stephent28
Posted 2018-03-15 2:20 PM (#541646 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone



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Location: Latitude 39.56819, Longitude -105.080066
So it appears there are at least 4 known to exist.
What ever happened to the one Samuels received with the damage?
Did he send it to the mothership for repairs or return it to dealer?
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Beal
Posted 2018-03-15 4:00 PM (#541649 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone



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Location: 6 String Ranch
there were 5 made at first, all Adamii 2, all -5. After that I don't know. There was T28's and a couple others I guess. One of the 5 was sent to Melissa, I have one and then Sutton's. Where the other 2 are.....??

Edited by Beal 2018-03-15 4:01 PM
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Samuels
Posted 2018-03-15 7:26 PM (#541655 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone


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Posts: 78

Location: Boise, Idaho
The mother ship did completely restore mine to like new condition, but I don't think I could ever consider selling it.

Edited by Samuels 2018-03-15 7:27 PM
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Mark in Boise
Posted 2018-03-15 10:30 PM (#541657 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone


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Posts: 12634

Location: Boise, Idaho
Sam,
We need to talk again. I'll try to remember to call you.
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Tony Calman
Posted 2018-03-15 11:55 PM (#541659 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone



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Posts: 4612

Location: SoCal
No problem sending a guitar to Mature Wolf (Alex) in Moscow. Took a couple of weeks for Customs at LAX, the transit to Moscow was in two days. Delay by Customs may have been that this was at the same time as the Olympics at Sochi.
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Beal
Posted 2018-03-20 8:45 PM (#541737 - in reply to #541605)
Subject: Re: WTB 12 string baritone



Joined:
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Posts: 13892

Location: 6 String Ranch
Thanks Tony. I got to get him pictures of mine and then get Sutton's in April. Got a tee time tomorrow so that will have to wait a bit.......
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