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A nice example on display at Lark Street Music in Teaneck, New Jersey.
The dreadnought body shape seems to be more common.
A close up of the front with what looks like a modified double bass bridge.
A closeup of the back.
A closeup of the fingerboard showing the inlaid fret lines.
Slotted headstock with "hat peg" tuners.
This example is missing its endpin.
Another modified double bass bridge.
A Bassoguitar with a newer bridge and fingerboard next to a 3/4 sized double bass.
This Bassoguitar is on display at Elderly Instruments in Lansing, Michigan and features the rounded body shape and frets.
A closeup of the bridge which is believed to be original. Note the gut double bass strings.
Another example with the rounded body shape. Could this be the original bridge?
One more example with the rounded body shape and a fretted fingerboard.
This example at a Guitar Center in Cincinnati, Ohio has different inlays and was incorrectly listed as a "Regal Mando Bass".
Yet another bridge design, this time with height adjusters.
A view of the inside label. You wouldn't know what to call this instrument without conducting some research.
An unorthodox playing position. This time it was called a "bass ukulele"!
Someone obviously didn't care for sunburst. Note the wooden dowel through the fingerboard.
Somewhere, an orchestra is incomplete.
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