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Home > Orchestral Strings > Double Basses > Student Double Basses > Engelhardt M3 1/4 Size Junior Double Bass

Acoustic Double Bass

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Item #: 510987
Mfg #: EM3

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Favored by schools and beginners needing the most durable bass.

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Engelhardt M3 1/4 Size Junior Double Bass

The Engelhardt M3 1/4 Size Junior Double Bass, also known as the Maestro, is designed for the beginning student bassists. It features durable laminate construction which makes it a favorite among schools. The M3 is constructed with a close-grained spruce top with maple back and sides, hard maple fingerboard, and violin corners.

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By Will Harris from RTP North Carolina on 3/25/2012 11:37:01 AM

Buy one. I have an EM3 that is old. According to the serial number, it was created between 1977 and 1978. I bought this from a man whose children trained on this bass. We got it restrung, tuned by the music teacher and it sounds superb. It is now 2012. While I am no expert, the bass that my son plays sounds excellent. I am trying to learn on it myself. What else needs to be said?

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