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yotter

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  1. OK this has got to go - I've no room to store it. I'll take £275 - it's a sacrifice.
  2. Been a bit tied up lately so apologies for 'radio silence'. The length from the nut to the end of the finger board is 700 mm and from nut to the bridge is 940 mm. I loved playing the Dean EUB and it had no tonal issues for me and worked great with my Rumble 25 W combo. I really would like to sell this bass on as I had a lot of fun playing it but I have issues transporting it - it's heavy! I'd accept a reasonable offer on it - someone will get a bargain!
  3. Yes, I think it did come from Sutton about 3 years ago. It's been a great workhorse and definitely 'chunky'! My NS Wav 4 is a lot lighter.
  4. This is a really great EUB with simple controls and a pre amp powered by two 9 volt batteries. The case is included but unfortunately the zip has broken so has to be secured with a belt. The bass in good condition with no dings, but the case is a bit tatty although still useful. The EUB & the tripod support are very solid so the whole set up is heavy to transport which is the only reason I'm selling. I'm close to Junction 13 of the M25 in Egham, Surrey.
  5. I'm not sure what make the strings are - they're green whipped at the tail end
  6. Top of the range 3/4 Stentor bass - carved front & back, ebony fingerboard & brass fittings. Complete with Gewa padded gig bag, metal stand, adjustable bridge, bow and quiver. A recent house move means I no longer have room. There are one or two scrapes on the lower bout, but it plays really well with a lovely tone. The shape is 'Busetto', so it really stands out. Pick up or demo from Englefield Green, near Egham, Surrey. More info at: https://www.stentor-music.com/brands/stentor/stentor-profundo-double-bass-68/
  7. Thanks for all the helpful replies. The acoustic DB is crippling me carrying it upstairs - it's got to go!
  8. Hi, I struggle to transport my acoustic 3/4 bass to sessions. Anyone got advice on these such as playability, tone and any snags to avoid. Regards, Yotter
  9. Thanks for that & I didn't know the jack socket acts as a switch. I may have inadvertently left the amp lead plugged in during storage to save time setting up. I'll look online to see if there are any instructions for my bass as they weren't passed on to me on purchase ( 2nd hand )
  10. I bought a Dean EUB and am very pleased with the quality. I find the tripod stand means the bass is so much easier to play. However my one criticism is that the pre amp, which runs off two 9v batteries, runs them down very quickly. It's rather fiddly taking the batteries out. Has anyone had a similar problem with this or other EUBs? Would it be possible to install a switch, as I presume once connected the pre amp is live?
  11. I'm in Englefield Green, just by Egham, Surrey. It's about 10 minutes from junction 13 of the M25 motorway. Happy to demonstrate anytime.
  12. Reluctant sale due surfeit of instruments. EUB comes with a soft gig bag. Great tone and so much easier to transport. I have modified the 9v pre-amp battery holder so the connections are really reliable. The built in bass pin gives a variable playing height and the detachable body spring gives added stability when playing. It comes with a soft padded gig bag. https://www.flickr.com/photos/mattpross/50341652501/in/album-72157715968077258/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/mattpross/50340971158/in/album-72157715968077258/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/mattpross/50341812997/in/album-72157715968077258/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/mattpross/50341812867/in/album-72157715968077258/
  13. Hi there, Is your EUB still for sale - I'm just outside Windsor. Cheers, Yotter
  14. Wednesday mornings in Bracknell area have an occasional slot for an experienced bassist. Mainly playing material from the '40s to the '80s.
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