Hi, Due to an impending cross-country move, I'm selling my double bass. I also cut into my middle finger on my left hand a couple months ago and still have some nerve damage,so I'm wondering if I should just focus on the electric bass anyway. Anyway, the bass has no markings other than a Yellow "Made in Roumania Reghin" (that's how it's spelled) label inside. Because of that, I'm not sure of the age. Another TB member thought seventies or eighties. It has a solid spruce top and a thick ebony board and tailpiece. I believe that the back and sides are maple. There is some damage to one of the sides that I tried to show. The cracks have all been glued, but since this took place before I bought the bass, I don't know more than that. I don't see any issues with the top at all, other than playing wear. There is a chip in the headstock, but it's cosmetic. The scratch in the neck heel is just a scratch, not a break. The tuners work well and there's some decorative carving on the plates (underneath the patina). The endpin slants slightly forward, but seems fine otherwise. I don't know what strings are on it; I just kept the ones that were on it when I bought it last October. There's plenty of wear and I tried to price it accordingly. I'm a hack on db, but to me it has a clearer tone than my previous Kay O-1. It's equally loud but not as "big" sounding, but I think there's better note separation. Maybe that's due to the strings. Arco sounds nice to my untrained ears, but that could also be a function of the strings. I'm located on Long Island and could probably deliver nearby for a reasonable fee if you can't get to my house. Given the move, money is best. I'd also consider trades/partial trades for electric basses or small amps. Trade value is probably a little higher, but I'll work with you. I can't add money for a trade at this time. Edit: Thumbnails below. If you open one in a new window, you'll see that the actual pictures are "Uge." Thanks.