BEC434C - MMX Student 3/4 double bass Default title
BEC434C - MMX Student 3/4 double bass Default title
BEC434C - MMX Student 3/4 double bass Default title
BEC434C - MMX Student 3/4 double bass Default title
BEC434C - MMX Student 3/4 double bass Default title
BEC434C - MMX Student 3/4 double bass Default title

MMX Student 3/4 double bass

Ref: MMX BEC434C new

  • Student double bass made in the Guofang Wang family workshop
  • European solid spruce top with maple back and sides finished with oil-based varnish
  • Ebony fingerboard and tuning pegs with alloy tailpiece
  • Supplied with basic black bag
  • Bows available separately in French or German styles
£3,080
inc. VAT (RRP £3,780)
2 in stock
More expected 26th August 2019
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The MMX double bass is the perfect choice for advancing students or young professional players, combining high quality with unrivalled value for money. Every instrument is made in the workshop of Guofang Wang, a highly respected luthier based in Beijing.

His team of expert craftsmen carve the panels by hand from carefully selected European tonewoods to ensure the best possible tone. They use solid European spruce for the table, European maple for the back and sides, and smooth ebony for the fingerboard. The wood is seasoned for strength before being manipulated and finished with an oil-based lacquer which improves resonance and gives it an attractive antique sheen. Supplied as instrument only, the MMX brand offers a range of double bass bows in French and German styles. And why not treat your bass to the Tom & Will 46BS34 new generation double bass bag?

A descendent of either the viol or violin instrument family, the double bass is the largest and lowest pitched instrument found in a modern symphony orchestra. It also features as a concerto soloist, within chamber ensembles and outside of the classical genre in styles including jazz, blues, rock and roll right through to rockabilly, bluegrass and many varieties of folk music. The instrument is usually played pizzicato (plucked) or arco (bowed), a mixture of both is common for orchestral and tango music where other disciplines including jazz, blues and rockabilly favour pizzicato.

 
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