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CITES - What every bass player should know

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Turnaround, Apr 24, 2014.


  1. Jaccoo

    Jaccoo

    Jun 10, 2019
    Here is the picture of the neck
     

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  2. Jaccoo

    Jaccoo

    Jun 10, 2019
    It has a licensed by Schalla inscription at the back of the tuning peg
     
  3. Jaccoo

    Jaccoo

    Jun 10, 2019
    The model here is LPJ-31/MR
     
  4. Jeff Scott

    Jeff Scott Rickenbacker guru.......... Supporting Member

    Apr 11, 2006
    Why can't you simply contact Samick and ask customer service what woods the bass was made from?
     
  5. Jeff Elkins

    Jeff Elkins Supporting Member

    I agree with Jeff - contact Samick.
     
  6. Ekulati

    Ekulati Supporting Member

    Jan 2, 2016
    Richmond, VA
    Hmm, we usually spend time in Nova Scotia in the summer, and I've flown into Halifax with, usually, a tenor uke. Never so much as had anyone look twice at it. Four summers ago was last time I think. Recent crackdown?
     
  7. Green Knight

    Green Knight Supporting Member

    Oct 18, 2016
    Hi everybody. Quick question, and I think I can guess the answer, but it's worth a shot: say I import a bass from the US to Canada and it comes with a CITES permit because rosewood; if I, in turn, were to sell the bass to somebody in the US before said permit expires, is that acceptable or would I need to apply to my own government for a whole new permit? Thanks!
     

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