SOLD FS feeler Eastwood EUB-1

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by coronado3, Jan 30, 2014.


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  1. coronado3

    coronado3 Supporting Member

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    Not sure if I want to let it go but i am really gassy for a fretless 1970s Precision.
    This sunburst eastwood EUB 1 is in 99% condition with no major visible imperfections and comes in its original Hard case. Strung with TI flats.
    The only trade id consider is a good condition rosewood board '70s p bass neck.

    $425 shipped CONUS
    Original post pix - it is just as it was except I ordered a new truss cover from eastwood. It was missing when i got it.
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    Get your danko on! The closest you're going to get to an original AMUB1 for under $2000!
     
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    Of course feel free to make an offer! Will also sell sans case for $65 less
     
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    I'm curious about the sound of the EUB-1 but have never been able to actually play one - no stores in my area carry them. The few YouTube demonstration videos that are online don't do a good job reproducing the sound of a bass. Right now I play a fretted American Standard P bass on which I've considered putting a fretless neck. I would however be interested in knowing how the EUB-1's sounds in a rhythm section, compared to a good fretless P. Any guidance you can give on the tone of the EUB-1 would be appreciated.
     
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    It's pickup is a bit closer to the bridge than a p bass so it has a kind of cross between a p-bass and a stingray sound but still very woody.

    Play close to the bridge and it has a pretty good Jaco-like burp. Roll back the tone knob 1/2 way and play on the neck and you can fake a pretty good upright tone.

    These TI flats are great for this bass and give it a good variety of tones. Also, the pickup is pretty hot and fat!
     
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    It's also very light!
     
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    ill do $400 shipped East CONUS, $415 West CONUS
     
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    sans case - $350 shipped east, $365 west
     
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    Bass is sold. I still have the case - $75 shipped. If interested pm me.
     

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