The Bushman Puglisi Double Bass 2002

This Double Bass was completed in the early part of 2002. It was made in anticipation of the 2002 South Pacific tour of the Christophorus Symphony Orchestra from Stuttgart, Germany. The Bushman had been utilised by Benedict to showcase his Atelier’s making skills and had been consistently loaned to international and national musicians whilst on tour, or for special occasions.
The Bushman was been consistently praised for its versatility, ease of playing and natural, direct tonal qualities.
This Double Bass is sold. Now in Canada

Description

This original Puglisi design features a high and sensually arched back. The wide-grain, aged Bavarian maple for the back and ribs also give The Bushman much of its depth of tone. The maple neck is shaped with ease of playing firmly in mind and the top is carved and shaped from aged German spruce. Violin corners and long Maggini style f-holes adorn the instrument, whilst the overall finish is dark with an antiqued, spirit based varnish.
The Bushman, like all Atelier Puglisi instruments, is extensively set up to a high standard. This instrument features an 89cm ‘A’ grade ebony fingerboard.
Features
String length: 105.5 cm (41.5 inches).
Fingerboard: ‘A’ grade ebony
Tailpiece: EbonyHill style
Endpin: Deluxe Brass and Ebony German Ulsa (detachable tip)
Bridge: Deluxe ‘A’ grade Aubert bridge with brass adjusters
Machine Heads: Royle machine heads (Unique and handmade in Australia)
This instrument is sold. For further information, please contact us via the contact form on our website.