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FS with NEW Video - Ken Miller 2006 double bass Hand carved in England
£3300
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There is interest in this beautiful Miller bass, but it’s still very much here, so here’s an end of summer bump, in time for live music and university courses to start soon! (We all hope!)

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This lovely bass is now in every online “market” I know of, so hopefully I can send to a lovely home soon. It’s probably the best you can get at this price point, in fact I’m pretty sure it’s worth more, but it’s not the time to be fussy.

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I really prefer not to trade, but I would consider something I would probably proceed to sell on as part exchange. Not ideal, but extreme times and all that...

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