It strikes me that one of the most prominent basses of the 60s/70s , the Gibson Eb-3 seems to be a bit of an unloved bass given its previous popularity. Put a vintage Ric, Fender, Tbird, or MM on sale and usually they shift pretty fast. But I found this is not the case with the Eb-3. It seems to hang around for months on end on the various websites that sell vintage guitars. Case in point, I thought I would have sold my '69 pretty quickly but its turned out to a bit of a slow mover - and I've sold quite of few vintage guitars over time. Considering some of the bass greats who have played these basses, Jack Bruce, Andy Fraser, Trevor Bolder, it seems to have fallen from grace in a big way - more so than any other popular bass of its day.