1. Please take 30 seconds to register your free account to remove most ads, post topics, make friends, earn reward points at our store, and more!  

Zeta zb-224: what's comparable for pricing purposes?

Discussion in 'Electric Upright Basses (EUB's) [DB]' started by William DeKatt, May 31, 2012.


  1. I recently sustained a rotator cuff injury that has effectively squashed my ability to continue playing upright. (crossing slightly left and downwards for pizz aggravates it, and pulling on a bow is simply excruciating) Thankfully, it was always more of a convenient double than a full-on passion, so I'm not too heartbroken over it; as long as I can still play my electric, I'm okay...

    Anyway, I'm looking to either sell my Zeta (it's the full-size 41", not the fretless-sized Crossover) outright or trade it at the local bass boutique, but I have no idea what I should be asking for it, and neither do the cats who work there. Checking around on some of the big you-sell sites hasn't helped any, because a) there aren't any others listed, and b) I'm not really sure what they're considered to be comparable to. I tried calling the Electric Violin Shop in AZ, (their website touts them as being *the* place for all things Zeta now that the company's not around anymore) and they recommended I ask around here...

    Any advice?

    FWIW, it's in fairly pristine condition, and it's got all the accessories - the R/B ultra cordura gig bag, the omni-swivel stand with it's carrying bag, and the 5-out cable; dunno if that should/would have any impact on what I should ask for it.
     
  2. bluebird28

    bluebird28

    Feb 25, 2012
    Tacoma. WA
    My heart goes out to you on the rotator cuff injury. I have had both of my shoulders operated on. Right shoulder I tore 3 cuffs completely off and split the bicept down the middle. Left shoulder tore 2 cuffs and split the bicept. Its all semi good now and I am now restarting on the UB again after 45 years of not playing any musical instrument. The surgery takes 1 year to get back to normal. Best of luck with the shoulder. I recommend the surgery over the pain and possible reinjury as I did.
     

Share This Page

  1. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
    By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.