Echopark Clarence Bass 2016 Fiesta Red

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Rare Echopark Clarence Bass. Very few ever made
Amazing tone and plays and feels like a vintage bass
Nice full 60’s P-Bass neck profile with a Brazilian rosewood fingerboard
3 way switch and p and j pickup for a lot of cool sounds.
Lightly aged Fiesta Red nitro finish
This an amazing bass.
ships with COA and original case

Product Specs

Excellent (Used)
Clarence Bass
Fiesta Red
Made In
United States

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About The Seller

Emporium of Rad
Joined Mar 2019
Ashland, OR, United States


Accepted Payment Methods

Shipping Policy

Ships from Ashland, OR, United States to:

Continental U.S.
Everywhere Else

I will ship with tracking to the listed regions. To negotiate shipping rates to other locations, please send me a message.

Tax Policies

Taxes are charged in the following regions either by the seller, per their tax policy, or by Reverb as a Marketplace Facilitator:

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Rhode Island*
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Return Policy

Return Window

This product can be returned within 1 days of receipt.

General Terms

Items must be returned in original, as-shipped condition with all original packaging and no signs of use. Buyer assumes responsibility for all return shipping costs unless the item was not received as described.


Buyer receives a full refund in their original payment method less any shipping costs and a 10% restocking fee.

Special Conditions

- I ship most orders within 3-4 days after payment has been approved and cleared. Exceptions to this include vintage & used guitars, amps, and drum kits (on the odd chance I'm feeling like a glutton for punishment and agree to ship a drum kit) inspections and additional packaging time my be needed.

- All orders with upgraded 2-day delivery service will ship within one business day. Saturday delivery cannot be guaranteed (but I'll certainly do my best to insure it), additional fee will apply.

- All shipments are fully insured at no additional charge. Your guitar, amp and/or stomp box will ship after being gently nestled in the finest bubble wrap, packing peanuts and local magazines available. You can rest easy knowing that me and my 10 year old son, take the utmost care in the packaging and delivery of each vessel of rock that leaves our showroom, which by the way is the front half of my 19th century Queen Anne victorian in Beautiful Scenic Ashland, Oregon if anyone would like to visit.
In an effort to respect the holy laws of GUITARMA, we make every attempt to make sure the instrument, amp or effects that you buy will arrive in ready-to-play condition, that is after you tighten those loose strings from shipping and tubes that may have been removed from your new amp of choice. All customers of the Emporium of Rad will receive a sweet notification from yours truly including tracking info, words of encouragement from yours truly and a blessing by ant given Ashland hippie to ensure happy trails and God speed on its travel. Oh, and an offering to the Fedex & USPS Gods to hopefully offset and potential (often employee induced) trauma along the way. If you so choose we can even supply photos of the packing process or FaceTime you thru the process since its sort of an open adoption situation and you, dear customer are entitled to every right that a birth parent (read: Adam Grimm, Gabriel Curry or Leo Fender himself) would be afforded as master craftsmen bringing these instruments into the brave new world.

Thank you for reading. That conclude's our breakdown of the special conditions associated with Packing & Shipping. You will know that it is time to scroll down, when you hear the chimes ring like this - ting ting ding ting (sing that...)

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING please stay focused, this ones a necessary evil:
- Special Condition #1 PLEASE be patient as your instrument or chosen delivery tool of ROCK (or Jazz, blues, indie, reggae... you get it) concludes its journey across the pond. You may agree that it is better to wait a few days than suffer the horrors of the smiling face of some silly postmaster as he unknowingly delivers a fubar'd amp, or fretted instrument. Heeeey, don't trip, Fretless is cool too. no sick burn intended. We're equal opportunity when it comes to rad utensils of the ROCK.. or Jazz, okay okay... you REALLY get it now.

- International shipping rates are typically displayed on the item listing, but keep in mind.. if the shipping is especially intricate or expedite there can and will be a the elusive haaaandling fee to accompany the shipping fee (I always wondered what I was paying more for, now I know the true value of loving hands tenderly packaging your precious 'Elenor' before it leaves the safe nest that is my show room. Feel free to reach out directly for shipping quotes on specific items or available haaaaandling options, It can get quite touching and sometimes exciting. Trust me, your gonna want the play by play. For an upcharge I'll even laydown a few devil's chords before turning your guitar or bass (or Mando or Uke) over to Mister Fedex, and send pics of my ruby red nails covered by lace fingerless gloves all over your new favorite instrument. Amp enthusiasts, don't fret (see what I did there) I'll dime that shit and even take it all the way to 11 in the same style if you want, again extra fee however pics included at no extra cost.

THE BORING SPECIAL CONDITIONS (yet still relevant, so don't stop reading now)
- All shipping rates are for actual transportation charges and do not include VAT, import taxes, or brokerage fees, which vary from country to country.
- If you order contains Rosewood, or any other CITES restricted woods, your shipment might be delayed due to Customs processing standards that CME is subject to as the shipper. All orders requiring CITES documentation must ship to the buyer's actual residential address. If your country requires CITES import permits, please work with your local Customs agency to obtain these permits prior to shipment.
As much as I love hearing your voice or reading your messages at this stage of the theoretical game, please understand that these extra steps over exotic woods are not convenient for any of us and if it were up to me or I could build a time machine taking us all back to 2007 when all was right in the guitar world I certainly would. This is to say, harassing me will not influence customs agents to go any faster. I truly wish it would though.

- Most of our preset shipping rates are for USPS International Service. USPS is typically less expensive than UPS, but their international tracking system is not as accurate. We ship guitars via UPS Worldwide Expedited unless you request a different service. Arrival times may vary from country to country. Some large items such as bass guitars, drum kits, amplifiers, and speaker cabinets may not be eligible for shipping via USPS due to size limitations. Some brands cannot be shipped internationally due to manufacturer restrictions. Feel free to message us with any questions.

- We are unable to ship to Russia due to the current trade sanctions. Sad because

24 Hour approval time on all listings (from parcel delivery) UNLESS special conditions have been granted via messages or email. No Exceptions.

Thank you for reading. This will conclude our breakdown of the special conditions associated with SHIPPING. You will no what time it is to scroll down, when you hear the chimes ring like this - ting ting ding ting (sing that...
Return Policy
Returnable within 7 days of delivery.

Returnable within 1 days of delivery.

We all love the thrill that comes with new gear and while its not widely condoned, it is natural to covet they neighbors gear.

Having said that, the Emporium of Rad is NOT SIR.
I worked there in my early twenties, I had lots of fun, carried lots of heavy stuff and ultimately pressed on… Because being on the receiving end of instrumentals sucks. So please remember when you make a purchase it’s a little like the Open Adoption analogy from Section 1 subsection B – Shipping. You wouldn’t bring home an elderly dog (i.e vintage), love it for a few days and then return it to the SPCA for no good reason.
So the return policy is impenetrable for the most part, please don’t buy it if you’re not going to love it and give it a good home.
General Terms
Items must be returned in original, as-shipped condition with all original packaging and no signs of use. Buyer assumes responsibility for all return shipping costs even in the event that the item is returned within the return policy above.

Buyer receives a full refund in their original payment method less any shipping costs.
Credit card refunds typically take 2-4 business days to post to your account, but could vary based upon your bank's processing times. We offer full refunds for purchases. – No refunds if sale involves a trade, online or by appointment in my showroom. – Like I said, I love to talk so feel free to call with questions or send a message.
Call me maybe? (541) 308-6285

Last thing – I cannot offer a return or exchange on any item that is sold in As-Is condition. Please read listings thoroughly, I will always describe with as many details and photos as possible any “projects” or “as-is” sales.

Roxie, were you quietly really interested in Vintage Guitars all these years?
I play, authenticate, price and appraise all instruments I buy & sell.

So your listings can be funny, how do you come up with this stuff and do you have a staff?
I learned everything I know about comic timing from Vinnie Favorito. Look him up, I just did you a favor. I also write my own listings often with the help of my 10 year old son who has an almost encyclopedic knowledge of the intricacies of vintage guitars and amps. Something he obviously picked up from his dad. I can admit I know just enough to be dangerous (as my daddy always told me). However I learned the power of Gruhns guide 20 years ago and you know, GOOGLE. I also rely on a little help from my friends when something stumps me and the kid. I'm also a perfectionist with OCD, so rest assured that no instrument or amplifier (or stop box for that matter) leaves my little showroom without receiving a granular level authentication plus, a kiss on the headstock or a pat on the knob before its expertly packed and out the door.
Can I call you?
Hella! Call me and quiz me. It’s a fun game that’s been going on for years.

Do you have a brick & mortar or do you participate in guitar shows?
No, I don’t have a traditional brick & mortar store anymore. I’ve got something better… A lovely showroom in my house a block from the plaza in Ashland, Oregon. I am always up for visitors especially if you wanna talk shop or get loud with me. Just call, text or email in advance so that I can prepare our tea & crumpets while the tubes are warming up...
Do you even play?
Yes, I turned out a bass player, through sheer luck and a case of the old right place at the right time. Please don’t be discouraged dear customer, my inventory is top notch and my buying power and taste are sound, or so I’m told.
I played guitar long before I figured out I’d have to play bass if I wanted to tour with the boys. Personal decision, no shade on the girls and the sisterhood. My point is that I've been the bored bass player lusting after those six strings of wonder & delight for so long I have a (reasonably unhealthy) passion for guitars as much as basses.

Which brings me to the next question I'm always asked...
Yes, I was married to the guitar guy on tv. No I don't want to talk about it. I will simply say that I'm kind of a brat and might have been a bit difficult to live with for 18 years, you don’t spend that many years in the trenches and not pickup a few things (or complete education)
PS. He really is that handsome in person.

Back to the semi-relevant stuff.
Do you really have a kid named Gibson?
Yes, my son is named Gibson. No, I do not have any more affinity for Gibson than Fender. His dad is a Les Paul guy and I’ve been dragging around the same old P bass for years. Truth be told my Grandmothers maiden name was Gibson... Its a strong name and he wears it well, not that anyone asked. He's also danged lucky that his middle name wasn't orange-satellite. I had to put my boot down on that one.

It looks like your location is Ashland Oregon, I thought you lived in Vegas?
Yes, I used to live in Las Vegas. It was hard and hot and not a place I really miss. I learned a lot and have no regrets, but have found collecting & selling these instruments while I enjoy time with my kids is far more fulfilling.

Whats up with your store? It looks like you have sell purses too?
No, you are not crazy. Those are definitely luxury handbags some as high as 9k that you see on my website: It may seem like an unlikely combination at first but if you've ever lessened the blow of your wife's reaction to that new guitar you didn't hide the refuse of packing materials quick enough to conceal the glory of a new instrument. Well gentlemen, let me guide you. Check back dates/times for the webinar: How to keep the missus happy while also growing your vintage collection 101. Your welcome in advance.

Last question…brace yourself, it’s a doozy:
Are you single, can I call you, did you get my text???????
Yeah, I'm stilll pretty hot for an almost 40 year old mom. No I don't want to talk about it. I still play fairly often and I totally love counseling my customers thru the trials & tribulations of their next purchase, But I do NOT love receiving weird pics on the internet. We're all adults here and share the same quest for tone that has become both a blessing and a curse, we are civilized. Lets act like it, savages!

Let’s celebrate together the true end of my manifesto and this teenage obsession that never went away. Its time to BUY or at least lust after my super siiiiiick inventory.
Don’t be shy, reach out if you have questions.
The end.


Emporium of Rad

Ashland, OR, United States
Joined: Mar 2019

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