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Eminence EUB - 4 String, Removable Neck (RN)

Eminence EUB Removable neck

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#1 Contrebasse

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Posted 09 October 2017 - 10:50 AM

Price or Trade Value : £1700

For sale: 4-string Eminence EUB with the removable neck. £1700

Is anyone after one of these?

Excellent condition, as shown in the photos. The only marks I can find on it are those three or four tiny impressions on the edges of the right upper bout (see 5th photo).

Strung with Spirocore Weichs, and also includes the Helicores it came with.

Includes soft gigbag, Hamilton stand, hardcase ('Golf Guard' golf club case), and the little soft case for the neck to travel in when it's off. As you probably know, everything fits in the hardcase for travel, including the stand.


I've found this bass to be extremely useful. Through an amp, it sounds a lot like a larger bass with a Realist pickup, but it's obviously much easier to travel with. It's also been ideal for cramped stages, seated gigs where you have to be out of the way (you can sit quite low with it), and quiet practise without an amp.

Unfortunately I've had a lot of gear fail at the same time, so I'm selling this bass to fund repairs. I decided I could always get another one down the line.

I'm in Exeter. New member/first time poster obviously, so feel free to PM and I'll give you my number etc. so you can make sure I'm a real person!

Tom

Edit: Bigger images here https://imgur.com/a/p5kQZ

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Edited by Contrebasse, 09 October 2017 - 10:56 AM.


#2 Rabbie

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Posted 09 October 2017 - 12:13 PM

These are great! I foolishly sold mine and regretted it. If money wasn't an issue, I'd buy one again immediately. GLWTS.

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Posted 09 October 2017 - 01:07 PM

Thanks, Rabbie! My rationale is that hopefully they're all the same, so I may well end up with another one in the future. If the everyone-in-the-same-vehicle double bass gigs start coming in again!

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Posted 09 October 2017 - 03:00 PM

Like Rabbie, I had one of these and sold it. Mind you, at the time, I just had to really
Great sound on these - the most akin to a full bodied acoustic DB that I've heard
If space (and cash) were not an issue, I'd have one of these again

GLWTS :)

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Posted 11 October 2017 - 09:32 AM

"GLWTS from a former Exeter student" type of bump.

Amazing town, I keep it in my heart. And amazing bass, I keep it in my dreams.





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