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Victor Pawlovski uprightbass

Discussion in 'Basses [DB]' started by Fred vd W, Jan 7, 2012.


  1. Fred vd W

    Fred vd W

    Dec 29, 2011
    hello everybody,

    Somebody who plays a Victor Pawlovski made in G.D.R. Germany 3/4 1985 uprightbass? it's strong build what a like to have...

    regards,
    Fred vd W
    the Netherlands
     
  2. Do you mean Viktor Pawlowski?
     
  3. Fred vd W

    Fred vd W

    Dec 29, 2011
    yes i have a 3/4 massive Victor P and it's all customized by a bass atelier to made it better than when it was build new in 1985...
    sounds very good for jazz or pop music! Not to boomy just a nice midrange tone....

    cheers,
    Fred vd W
    the Netherlands
     
  4. koertdekker

    koertdekker

    Dec 18, 2012
    Yes, I also have a 3/4 Victor Pawlovski Double bass, violin model. But I bought it a bit earlyer than 1985, I do think it was 1981. I bought from Henk Suiker, a musicstore in the centre of The Hague in the Netherlands. I still have the bass, but my bass is also customized. It has a new (adjustable) bridge and the neck is flattened. Right now it has a very low action. The bass is customized by Rogier Dieges in Rotterdam. He told me that Victor Pawlovski doesn't exist. The basses are specially made in order of Henk Suiker in formal Eastern Germany. But it is realy a very nice bass, beautifull wood and a good sound!
     
  5. Took my Pawlowski to my luthier (Pot en van Dalen, Breda, the Netherlands) for en new bridge. He instantly recognized it as a Pawlowski.
    He told me that Viktor Pawlowski basses where the better east german shop basses. Most east german shop basses where branded Musima but some better bass builders where making basses under their own name.
    I have a 4/4 and he estimated it between 2500 and 3000 Euro.

    No bass without a picture:

    pawlowski.
     

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