Well, my Steinberger listed HERE
hasn't sold, so I guess I'll list another extra-clean 1980's bass.
This bass is especially nice. The photos address the condition pretty well. There are multiple very small flaws, but overall, it's the nicest 30-yr old bass I've owned. There is very little fret wear. The end of the headstock has some dings, but the photos make it look worse than it is (darn close-ups). The brass shows some spots that could be polished out if desired.
The passive PJ configuration is set up as vol-vol-tone making it very flexible. It can do the jazz bridge sound very well, but also dial in the fat P-Bass sound. It really is quite versatile.
I think the body wings are alder. The neck appears to be 5 pieces of maple and mahogany. The fingerboard is a lovely piece of ebony with mother of pearl inlays. The nut is brass.
The sale includes the very, very rare original adjustment wrench to adjust the tuning machines. The original form-fitted case is also included, which is in very good condition and doesn't have any funky smells or broken parts.
This bass is difficult for me to price, because not many have sold in the past few years. Also, the quality is superior to the vintage Fenders I've sold, and seen sold, for more than this one is likely worth. I know the natural finish on this one is rarer than the white or black finishes. $850 including shipping and insurance
in the continental US. Check out my feedback. PM or post any comments. Bumps and nice comments are appreciated.