Everything below is available right now. Non-smoking studio environment, well cared for. Send me email if interested.

MidAtlantic 24U Rack – Oak Laminate – $320 – I am moving to portable racks and just don’t need this now, though I would keep it if I had the space.

ART TubePAC preamp/compressor. Make offer.

(2) ART XLR 8 channel patch bays – basically new – didn’t fit the purpose I had in mind.

Behringer PX2000 high impedance patch bay – used. Make offer.

BOSS BD-2 Blues Driver Pedal – NEW – Ordered one, was sent two. Never opened and still sealed. Sells for $99. Make reasonable offer.

PDP Quick Grip Cymbal Holder – Item: PDAXADCYM – NEW – didn’t fit my kit.

KORG Poly 800
Used vintage instrument. Program tape/CD included. Includes user manual AND service manual.

Synergy Bongos – Red

KORG Wavedrum Oriental – Purchased 2016 used on Ebay $368 (Currently in storage)

Used ART Tube MP Studio Microphone Preamp – $30

ART LeVeLAr Vactrol / Tube Leveling Amplifier and Compressor 1990s – $60

FS105 Netgear Fast Ethernet Switch – 5 port 10/100 Mbps (auto switching) – the oddball item here, not specifically related to music.

Washboard $20

Tascam DP-004 ā€“ 4-track digital recorder ā€“ Make Offer

Griffin StudioConnect iPad Dock Audio and Midi Interface for iPad 30 Pin Connector – $30

Electric String Bass
Made by local luthier Mark Doncheski (of Stained Grass Window fame)
– One of 10 or 12 that were made in the early-mid 2000s.
– This may be (need to confirm) the first one he made.
– Body appears to be maple, rosewood neck.
– Prior to my purchasing it in 2014, it was used in Mark’s practice room.
– Has seen minimal gigging, mostly at home here in studio or living room. Covered when not in use.
– Was used on Paul Loomis CD recorded here.
– Current strings are coated and best for bluegrass. For a bow, I would suggest uncoated strings.
– $750 firm
Comes with gig bag and sturdy stand.
– K&M pickup included – very hot and clean.

This was the first string bass of any sort that I actually owned, so there’s some sentimental value, but I just can’t justify it any more. It gets played so little, and that seems a sin for such a beautiful instrument. Always catches attention, and want it to go to a good home.







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