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Eastman Strings Model 95 Student Bass Outfit

Eastman Strings Model 95 Student Bass Outfit

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Eastman Strings is committed to hand-crafted instrument making and using only the best quality tonewoods, which is what makes this Samuel Eastman model 80 bass the best sounding entry level bass on the market- and the best value!  This Samuel Eastman student bass outfit has received superior reviews from the most knowledegable critics of all: school music directors, private studio teachers and conscientious parents on a budget.

The Samuel Eastman model 95 bass is built with a fully carved spruce top, but it is finished with a hand-applied shaded varnish to give it a special antique appearance. All of our Eastman Strings beginner basses are shop adjusted in the workshop of The Instrument Place for consistency, sound quality and ease of playability.  In fact, all stringed instruments from The Instrument Place are set up to meet or exceed MENC standards & specifications.  

Our Eastman Strings beginner basses offer an unparalleled quality of sound and playability, while maintaining the price of an entry level instrument.  All Eastman Strings products are backed by a Limited Lifetime Manufacturer's Warranty.

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Instrument Type String Bass
Model VB95
Level Student
Sizes Available 7/8, 3/4, 1/2, 1/4,
% Off Retail No
Top Material Fully Carved Solid Spruce
Back Material Sturdy Laminated Back
Finish Special hand-applied shaded antique-style varnish
Fittings Ebony fingerboard
Tuners Brass Tuning Machines
Strings D'Addario™ Prelude
Bridge Maple/French cut
Tailpiece No
Endpin Type No
Case Eastman Padded Bass Bag
Bow K.Holtz FG bow (German or French frog)
Lease to Own Term No
SKU VB95
Accessories Included No
Warranty Limited Lifetime Warranty
Price Please contact us for full item details
Lease-to-Own Monthly Price $800.00
Damage Protection (Monthly) $6.00
Retail Price $3,853.00

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