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1995 Jaroslav Lavicka 3/4 flatback

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This consignment 1995 Jaroslav Lavicka 3/4 fatback orchestral bass was built by the czech master luthier at his shop in Luby. Designed for a large […]

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ca. 1895 Eastern European 7/8 flatback

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This consignment ca. 1895 Eastern European 7/8 flatback has been used most recently to play early music and in chamber orchestras. The spruce top is […]

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New Paesold 7/8 596V

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This new Paesold 7/8 596V swellback is another lovely example of this lively voiced model, many of which have found their way into both local […]

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New Swan Workshop large 3/4

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This new large 3/4 Swan Workshop bass represents the collaborative efforts of 4 of our allied team of luthiers working together to make this german […]

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ca. 1890s Bohemian Flatback

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This consignment ca. 1890s bohemian flatback has a large orchestral presence and an easy playing string length. The many accumulated repairs over the years have […]

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1938 Juzek Strad model

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This lush-voiced consignment 1938 Juzek Strad model (#301) has some older top repairs and some more recent procedures that bring it into a more contemporary […]

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ca. 1900 German 7/8 flatback with McCarthy extension

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This 7/8 German flatback bass dates from about 1900 and has successfully been used in California metropolitan orchestras. ┬áPlain maple back, sides, and neck, Medium […]

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ca. 1910 southern Tyrolian 3/4 flatback

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Though incorrectly identified by the nice folks at Lemur Music as being itlian, this consignment unlabeled southern Tyrolian 3/4 flatback bass dates from about 1910 […]

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ca. 1890 Tyrolean 3/4 carved back

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This consignment ca. 1890 Tyrolean 3/4 carved back is an excellent example of the kind of light, but solid build from that period that results […]

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ca. 1920s “Andreas Morelli” by Pfretszchner

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This lovely consignment ca. 1920s Pfretszchner “Andreas Morelli” model was built by the Karl Hermann shop for distribution in the United States, with the antiquing […]