|deMingus ||03-17-2013 07:50 AM |
Plastic uprights for cheap?
I'm an orchestral/jazz/solo bassist and rower in northern Florida, and I'm in the market for an upright made of plastic, not as a replacement or backup, but as both an introduction to variations on acoustics, and a joke: I'm going to film myself on a sculling shell playing it for a project in the distant future. Naturally, no idiot with a half a brain would bring their wooden bass on a tipsy rowing boat, but I'm failing to find any plastic uprights for sale on the web. If anyone can give me a pointer or two to either a site where I can review such basses or as to the location of one in the USA, it'd be much appreciated. I'll take a look at anything but I'm primarily interested in some worn out, cheapo piece of plastic. The inclusion of a bridge or strings is unnecessary. Thank you!
|KUNGfuSHERIFF ||03-17-2013 05:09 PM |
There's a Roth-Finch for sale in the Music-Go-Round store in Lilburn, Georgia. They want $800 for it, which is outrageous.
|Hqubed ||03-17-2013 05:48 PM |
Here is one in Chicago asking $200. Me have noninterestnin the sale just passing on the link however will be going through on our way to the Richard Davis event at the end of this month if I can help in any way. http://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/msd/3617222650.html
Both Sheriff and Hqubed are assuming that by "plastic" you probably mean fiberglass. I've never heard (or heard of) a plastic bass. Can't imagine it would sound too good.
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