This new Eastman Busan model has received the performance enhancement of a top regraduation and bass bar remodeling. It has a large and resonant orchestral voice as a result. The spruce top features fine grain throughout. The maple ribs, back plate and neck have fairly plain figure and exhibit boldly colorful tap tones. The nut, fingerboard, replacement tailpiece, and tailpiece saddle are made of ebony. The replacement bridge is from Aubert with adjusters added. The adjustable endpin is a graphite model from New Harmony. The antiqued reddish varnish over a golden ground is eye-catching. The stringing is a mixed set of Original Flexocore and Flat Chromesteel. The dimensions are: Top length 43″, Upper bout width 19 3/4″, Middle bout width 13 7/8″, Lower bout width 25 3/8″, Rib depth at tail 8 1/2″, Rib depth at upper bout corner 7 3/4″, Rib depth at neck joint 5 5/8″, String length 41″. This Busan model bass has a fine orchestral voice and may playing shape and string length. It is a fine choice for the serious student or community orchestra player. With cover.