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For Sale Fully Carved 3/4 Bass - No Label :(

Discussion in 'For Sale: Double Basses' started by KyleDSP, Sep 22, 2020.


  1. KyleDSP

    KyleDSP

    Jun 16, 2019
    Price:
    6000
    Strings:
    4
    Location:
    District Of Columbia
    While its hard to come to terms, my playing days have shifted to be exclusively electric. Therefore, I'm looking to move along this beautiful fully carved bass. Instrument has very clear articulation, booming lows, and very beautiful tone. Blends well with an ensemble, but cuts through for the jazz gig. Though there is no label, it very much resembles an Eastman build. I just recently got it all fixed and set up by the famous Tom Wolfe in January including new strings, so shes ready to go! Comes with Eastman French bow(will need a rehair), wheel, padded bow sleeve, quiver, and professional padded case.

    E flat neck
    102.5cm String Length

    I've also posted it across local FB pages, Bass Gear for Sale, and on reddit.

    PRICE LOWERED: Looking for $6000 OBO. Obviously can’t ship, but willing to meet if the distance isn’t too difficult. I’m in the Washington DC metro area.

    I'll most likely check my email more than this forum, so please email me at [email protected]. Feel free to comment here if you send me a message or email.

    Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or would like a better look at it. I'm not sure how to precisely measure parts, so if you would like particular measurements I can do my best.

    -Kyle Bass 1.jpg
     

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    Last edited: Mar 29, 2021
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