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Description Photo of my double bass, front and side. It has a piezo pickup, as I use it mostly in a jazz band nowadays. Photos were taken by me on Dec 17, 2003 on a digital camera, had their colour adjusted, and edited together. This is pretty Q+D - lighting wasn't great and I turned the flash off to stop the bass looking like a toffee-apple. AndrewKepert 07:13, 17 Dec 2003 (UTC)
Date 17 December 2003 (original upload date)
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07:40, 17 December 2003 . . AndrewKepert (Talk | contribs) . . 1100×1500 (96,921 bytes) (Photo of my double bass - front and side)

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