Prairie State Bass guitar – U.S.A. – 1930

TYPE

Acoustic Hollow Body Bass guitar

FEATURES

Spruce top, poplar back and sides, mahogany neck

Ebony fretboard

INFORMATION

This large acoustic bass guitar is an innovative instrument and is part of the Prairie State series of guitars with a large body. It was manufactured by the Larson brothers of Maurer & Co. from Chicago and includes their double pin construction, which they patented in 1930. It has nineteen frets, the last seven of which are mounted on the body. A protruding pin allows the instrument to be played upright between the knees in the cello position.

Last updated on 27 April 2020
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