This is my absolute favorite bass, and one that I never thought I would sell. That said, I need to pay tuition and it is going to hit me hard this semester. I hope I don't have to sell this one.
This is a 1982 L2000-E with black hardware, original shaped headstock, and skunk stripe neck. It is a mahogany body with what appears to be rosewood fretboard.
Weight is about 10lbs.
It has been well played, but not abused. I am the second owner, and the first played this around the country through the eighties and nineties. It has nicks and scratches throughout the finish as well as checking. Some wear on the back of the neck from the third to seventh fret.
It also has a piece of plexi on the back that was apparently meant to keep the back from getting scratched. This was sort of functional, but it did scuff the back around the edges of the plexi. It is held on by the battery box screws and can easily be removed.
This bass plays absolutely amazingly and sounds incredible. I really don't know if I will be able to sell it, hence the "feeler" designation.
If you have any questions or I left anything out, please feel free to ask. $1,100
Shipped in ConUS with Original Hardshell Case
Awesome grain on the fretboard:
Tons more photos here: http://s930.photobucket.com/user/raw...0GandL%20L2000