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mike.kennedy

Hungarian 3/4 Double Bass (Szegedi) - Carved Top
£699

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Hungarian 3/4 Carved Top Double Bass made by Szegedi Hangszergyarto for sale at £699.
Reasonable offers considered.

Strongly prefer collection from Newport, South Wales.

This is a good sounding bass and is in overall good condition. It has a carved top with back and sides laminate with a hardwood fingerboard. I have had a few upgrades made to the instrument by Martins of Banbury. These include fitting adjustable bridge, new flexible cable tail gut and new heavy duty endpin. The bass sounds best with steel flatwound strings for a more modern sound with a good bloom that is highly suitable for jazz pizz. It currently has low tension orchestral strings fitted. A vinyl cover is also included.

Pics available here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/112399698352711031353/album/6344594680331220497?authkey=CPfLnNXd8OzZxwE"]https://plus.google....CPfLnNXd8OzZxwE

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HI Mike

Im interested in yor DB .
Im in Newtown Mid Wales and could pop down at a conveninet time.
Bit busy over next few weeks as I have to go to USA next Wed until 6th Nov but might be able to come down before if we can find a slot.

thanks
Richard Jones

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