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Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by lposavad, Jan 25, 2012.
Includes soft case and stage tripod.
$1500 plus shipping.
Man, that's a nice-looking bass!dcr
Sweet! I'm not familiar with the Bug Bass. I can obviously Google it, but thought I'd ask since it would give you a free bump.
What's the scale length?
What strings are installed?
Yes, dcr, it is a nice looking bass - look familiar?
cybersnyder, Google will get you better information than I could supply, but here goes:
There were several models of Azola electric uprights; the BugBass was the most basic (no pun intended).
The scale length is 41-1/4" (just measured), about the same as a 3/4 upright.
Ash body, maple neck, padauk (I think) fingerboard. There are small pearl side markers on the neck (1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 12), and pearl markers on the fingerboard just next to the D string (towards the G) at the 12, 13, 15, 17, 19 and 24 positions.
Tuners are bass guitar style, black; I don't see a brand name.
There's a fixture on the back to hold a steel tube ending with a crutch tip; this brings the bass up to playing height. Finally, you can see, on the upper bout, a tubular assembly that can be positioned to act as an upper bout on an acoustic bass (so you don't end up close dancing with it all night).
The strings, per the prior owner (dcr) are Corelli 370T Solo Gage. These are regular upright bass strings, fairly thin and easy to work.
Greetings from Oregon. I am interested in purchasing your Bugbass. Is it still available?
Yes it is.
Shoot me a PM.
On it's way to Oregon Monday.