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I sell this beautiful Eminence Upright Acoustic Bass.

The finish of this instrument is totally different from the others as it has a french polish.

Sound very similar to amplified double bass. It has a Realist pickup installed.

Foldable stand. 

 Padded soft bag (20mm foam) with handles and back straps.

I give a Krivo magnetic pick up.

 

Specs: 

Length: 1,60 m ( 62,99 in) Without endpin. 

Weight: 6 kg. (13,22 lb) Incl. gigbag

Neck: Maple.      Fingerboard: Ebony. 

Top: Laminate Spruce.     Back: Laminated Flamed Maple.

Ribs: Laminated Flamed Maple. 7,6 cm. (2,99 in)

Scale: 105 cm. (41,33 in)

Body Size: 26 x 82 cm. ( 10,23 x 32,28 in)

Bassbar and Soundpost: Spruce.

Bridge: Maple adjustable.

Tailpiece: Solid Brass.

Removable Wooden Waist Extension. 

Anti-rotational endpin, the Steady-Foot.


 

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1 hour ago, therealting said:

I love my Eminence, they are SUPERB little EUBs.

And I miss mine 😞

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4 minutes ago, Burns-bass said:

And I miss mine 😞

It’s in good hands! And this one looks a beaut. 

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