Identify this bass

Discussion in 'Basses [DB]' started by laminator2, Nov 5, 2012.


  1. laminator2

    laminator2

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    can someone identify this bass for me. Having a hard time reading the cursive

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  2. Rebop

    Rebop Supporting Member

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    Can you get a better photo?
  3. laminator2

    laminator2

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    this is a bass for sale that I'm looking at in the area, so I will have to ask the seller if this picture is not clear enough. He cannot read it either, so I'm hoping the knowledge of the forum can shed some light.

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  4. bassist14

    bassist14

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    german bass, 60 years old
  5. Greg Clinkingbeard

    Greg Clinkingbeard

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    Setup and repair/KRUTZ Strings
    Doubtful. The wood would show some oxidation if it were nearly that old. From the grain I would guess it's a laminate. You can't tell much from the label so ignore that and judge based on overall pics of the instrument.
  6. laminator2

    laminator2

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    here are the other pictures

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  7. laminator2

    laminator2

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    It appears that the label has the date 1995

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  8. Jake deVilliers

    Jake deVilliers Supporting Member

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    Owner of The Bass Spa, String Repairman at Long & McQuade Vancouver
    Looks like 'Georg Hermann' to me.
  9. Tejano Bass

    Tejano Bass

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    +1 - I'm with Jake ;)
  10. laminator2

    laminator2

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    ok, I searched the forums but could not come up with much other than and association with Glaesel and Conn-Selmer.

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