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FS: Mid-20th-c German "Schuster" 7/8 (jazz cannon)

Discussion in 'For Sale: Double Basses & Bows' started by Jeremy Allen, Dec 27, 2013.

  1. Jeremy Allen

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    Attributed to Anton Schuster (?), a German factory bass from the early 1950s. I took it in trade and have used it as my main axe for the past two years. It is a great bass for a serious professional jazz musician.

    Scale: 42 1/8 "
    (D neck w/false nut; could be converted back to Eb neck at 42 1/2 " mensure)
    Upper Bout: 20 "
    Waist: 14 3/4 "
    Lower Bout: 25 3/4 "
    Body Length: 44 1/2 "
    Bass Length w/out endpin: 74 "

    Price: $10,450


    I've loaned this bass to many great players passing through the Midwest, and it has gotten rave reviews from all of them.

    Sound clips:

    (studio) https://soundcloud.com/jeremy-allen-16/streets-of-laredo
    (live) https://soundcloud.com/jeremy-allen-16/united
    (live) https://soundcloud.com/jeremy-allen-16/darn-that-dream

    Video:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=23GQ-bKPRzA

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    Price???
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    $10,450

    (It's in the ad, I promise. In bold, no less! :smug:)
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    Just did another record with this. Bump!

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