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PostPosted: Tue Jun 15, 2010 8:47 am    Post subject: Hohner Basset? Reply with quote

I have this bass synth that my grandpa had, Bill Oakley recently helped me get it going and get it in working order, it has a cool little stand and everything, its in really good condition and Ive played it at shows the past month, But im starting to figure out I don't really have a use for it right now.

I can't find that much info on them on the internet, so I assume that they are pretty rare. How much do you think this thing could sell for? mind you the percs knob has been bypassed so that feature does not work, but everything else on it is solid.

Anyone know anything about these keyboards? Kinda looking to sell it, its a piece of gear history, really cool vintage thing. What do I do with it shortscale!?!


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