Bei der Squier Paranormal Serie ist der Name Programm: außergewöhnliche Gitarren- und Basskreationen, die es vorher noch nie gegeben hat. Der Jazz Bass 54 BSB ist eine coole Mischung aus Jazz Bass und 54er Precision Bass. Die Grundform entspricht einem klassischen Anfang 60er Jazz Bass, aber Lackierung, Pickguard und Control Plate stammen vom 54er Precison Bass. Wie der Ur Jazzbass von 1960 ist der Jazz Bass 54 mit den kutligen "Double Concentric" Tandem Volume- und Tone Potis ausgestattet. Ein kultiger Mix! · Korpusform: Jazz Bass · Korpusmaterial: Pappel (Poplar) · Decke: Esche (Ash) · Bauart: Solid Body · Farbe: Butterscotch Blonde · Halskonstruktion: verschraubt · Mensur: Longscale · Mensur: 34" (864 mm) · Hals: Ahorn (Maple) · Griffbrett: Ahorn (Maple) · Bundanzahl: 20 · Griffbrett Einlagen: Dot Inlays · Saitenanzahl: 4-saitig · Saitenstärke ab Werk: .045 - .105 · Pickuptyp: 2x J-Style · Pickup Middle: Fender® Designed Alnico Single-Coil · Pickup Bridge: Fender® Designed Alnico Single-Coil · Regler: 2x Volume, 2x Tone · Hardware: Chrom · Produktionsland: E-Bass
4-Saiter-E-Bass / Ahorn
4-Saiter-E-Bass / Ahorn
For some people, time travel is a fantastic daydream, but for Gertie O'Leary, it's just another magically induced accident. Just when you thought things couldn't get weirder at the Paranormal Plantation, Gertie decides to jazz the place up with another DIY project. Fuchsia's a great color, don't you agree? Sure, it's great. But after Gertie mixes her favorite color with a heavy dose of untried witchcraft, creating a strange time-warping side effect, she and her paranormal posse land in the court of King Henry VIII. You know what isn't great? Your friend loses her memory and tries to steal your boyfriend, you can't figure out how to get back home, and, worse, you're accused of witchcraft! Add in a pair of mischievous Sasquatches along with a curious dragon, and it spells certain doom for Gertie and her friends as they take their magical buffoonery to the 16th century! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Hollie Jackson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/064630/bk_acx0_064630_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
It’s 1921, and the Jazz Age is in full swing. But behind the boisterous veneer, malevolence lurks: An airship overrun by seductive killers. An asylum filled with living dead. A mysterious doctor with a secret language. Only one hero has the guts and gusto to face these horrors - Elizabeth Crowne, Uncannologist. Based on the hit podcast, The Mysterious Tongue of Dr. Vermilion collects five Elizabeth Crowne stories, plunging the listener into kaleidoscopic mystery and Radium Age adventure. From the sultry nightclubs of Cuba to the cobblestone streets of Pittsburgh, Elizabeth probes the paranormal - and gives death a run for its money. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Robert Isenberg. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/149268/bk_acx0_149268_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Number-one New York Times best-selling author Christine Feehan "knows how to weave a tale of action, suspense and paranormal passion" (Romance Junkies). Now, she’s back - and the New Orleans nights have never felt so torrid or so dangerous.... From a tough stint in the armed forces to stalking the unknown as a bayou cop, leopard shifter Remy Boudreaux has been served well by his uncanny gifts. And right now, New Orleans could use a homicide detective like Remy. A serial killer is loose, snatching victims from the French Quarter with pitiless rage and unnatural efficiency. But something else is drawing Remy into the twilight - a beautiful jazz singer bathed night after night in a flood of bloodred neon. Sultry, mysterious, and as seductive as her songs, she’s luring Remy deeper into the shadows than he ever imagined. And as their passions swell, his keen instinct for survival will be challenged like never before. By a killer - and by a woman. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Karen White. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/peng/002118/bk_peng_002118_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
History comes alive in this textured account of the rivalry between Harry Houdini and the so-called Witch of Lime Street, whose iconic lives intersected at a time when science was on the verge of embracing the paranormal. The 1920s are famous as the golden age of jazz and glamour, but it was also an era of fevered yearning for communion with the spirit world, after the loss of tens of millions in the First World War and the Spanish-flu epidemic. A desperate search for reunion with dead loved ones precipitated a tidal wave of self-proclaimed psychics - and, as reputable media sought stories on occult phenomena, mediums became celebrities. Against this backdrop, in 1924, the pretty wife of a distinguished Boston surgeon came to embody the raging national debate over Spiritualism, a movement devoted to communication with the dead. Reporters dubbed her the blonde Witch of Lime Street, but she was known to her followers simply as Margery. Her most vocal advocate was none other than Sherlock Holmes' creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who believed so thoroughly in Margery's powers that he urged her to enter a controversial contest, sponsored by Scientific American and offering a large cash prize to the first medium declared authentic by its impressive five-man investigative committee. Admired for both her exceptional charm and her dazzling effects, Margery was the best hope for the psychic practice to be empirically verified. Her supernatural gifts beguiled four of the judges. There was only one left to convince...the acclaimed escape artist Harry Houdini. David Jaher's extraordinary debut culminates in the showdown between Houdini, a relentless unmasker of charlatans, and Margery, the nation's most credible spirit medium. The Witch of Lime Street, the first book to capture their electric public rivalry and the competition that brought them into each other's orbit, returns us to an oft-mythologized era to deepen our understanding of its 1. Language: English. Narrator: Simon Vance. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rand/004312/bk_rand_004312_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This is a story of murder, love and betrayal set in the borderland where the psychological and the paranormal meet. Mike Pearce's encounter with a woman in a New Orleans jazz club will change his life forever. But is it just a chance meeting or is the hand of fate playing a role? Having witnessed her brutal murder, the young English sound engineer later finds a strange ivory figure in his pocket. He has no idea how it got there, but it is identical to one of the figures the woman wore around her neck. Following the murder, he is haunted by a recurring nightmare in which he has to prevent her death. The nightmare is eventually replaced by dreams, which take Mike into the past and the future. They lead him from New Orleans to a small English market town and eventually to the bustling city of Barcelona. Are the dreams also a gift, like the ivory figure? And what price will he have to pay? No gift is ever really free.
New York Times-bestselling October Daye series &#8226; Hugo Award-winning author Seanan McGuire &#8226; 'Top of my urban-paranormal series list!' -Felicia Day Things are slow, and October 'Toby' Daye couldn't be happier about that. The elf-shot cure has been approved, Arden Windermere is settling into her position as Queen in the Mists, and Toby doesn't have anything demanding her attention except for wedding planning and spending time with her family. Maybe she should have realized that it was too good to last. When Toby's mother, Amandine, appears on her doorstep with a demand for help, refusing her seems like the right thing to do&#8230;until Amandine starts taking hostages, and everything changes. Now Toby doesn't have a choice about whether or not she does as her mother asks. Not with Jazz and Tybalt's lives hanging in the balance. But who could possibly help her find a pureblood she's never met, one who's been missing for over a hundred years? Enter Simon Torquill, elf-shot enemy turned awakened, uneasy ally. Together, the two of them must try to solve one of the greatest mysteries in the Mists: what happened to Amandine's oldest daughter, August, who disappeared in 1906. This is one missing person case Toby can't afford to get wrong.