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bass made


Concord, New Hampshire

) suspension . A buggy having two seats was a '''double buggy'''. A buggy called a '''stanhope (stanhope (carriage))''' typically had a high seat and closed back. LaFaro played a double bass made in 1825 in Concord, New Hampshire by Abraham Prescott. The top of the instrument is a three-piece plate of slab-cut fir; the back is a two-piece plate of moderately flamed maple with an ebony inlay at the center joint; the sides are made of matching maple. It has rolled corners


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