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1890's German Double Bass for Sale

Discussion in 'For Sale: Double Basses' started by trevordrew, Mar 18, 2014.

  1. trevordrew


    Mar 18, 2014
    Seller: Trevor Drew,
    Location: Lubbock, Texas
    Phone: (972)-754-0944
    Email: trevordrew@me.com
    Asking Price: $18,000, appraised for $18,000
    Size: 3/4
    Date Made: circa 1890
    String Length: 41
    Nationality: German
    Performance Capacity: Orchestral, Solo, Chamber, Jazz
    String Setup: 4 String
    Shape: Gamba corners, flat back

    Top is Spruce, back, ribs, and scroll are Maple. This bass helped me get in to Texas Tech University and many summer music camps, it has even performed with the Dallas Symphony. Fantastic bass for a very serious student looking for that next level up.
  2. trevordrew


    Mar 18, 2014
    My profile is filled out, I am a little confused as to what you mean. Please elaborate, thanks.
  3. There is a sticky at the top of the classifieds, and it includes this passage:

    The following fields MUST be filled in in your profile:
    Current Setup
    Gigs, Bands & Ensembles
    Influences and Teachers

    If you don't play with a band or something, then state "Non applicable".

    Likewise for the other entries, but please state your location.

    This rule has been approved by Paul, Talkbass owner and admin.
  4. fdeck

    fdeck Supporting Member

    Mar 20, 2004
    Madison WI
    HPF Technology: Protecting the Pocket since 2007
    When you're signed in, click on "My Talkbass" and then on "My Profile." That's where to enter the info. Hope you get a quick sale!
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  6. Gruffin1


    Apr 13, 2014

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