This was kind of an unexpected new bass day, But I think it all worked out in the end. I really wasn't expecting to stumble upon this bass in the local pawn shop, and I definitely wasn't expecting to buy it. So, Here it is: It's a 1994 Peavey Fury, all original and very clean. I was surprised to see it in my local pawn shop because I honestly haven't seen any American Peavey's around here. Also, this shop is known to gouge people A LOT on prices, but this was a pretty good deal. I managed to score this 9.0/10 condition Peavey Fury for $140 CAD taxes in. When I first looked at it, I thought it was kind of rough, but later I realized it was just some dirt and grime that got stuck on the finish and hardware over time (I smell smoke on the bass, so I assume it came from a smoking household). It still needs a little cleaning, but with all of the dirt removed, there are no scratches or dents, it's just like it left the production line. The only clues that would give it's true age away are a little bit of fret wear and some microscopic pitting on the chrome tuners. There aren't even any nicks on the headstock. I really like the bass, I'm a p-bass guy and just love how they sit in the mix. The tone of this bass is comparable to my parts p-bass that has a Duncan quarter pounder in it, it's really thick and punchy, my favourite! It's fairly light, I'd wager in the range of 8-9 pounds. The neck is amazingly slim and the fretwork is impeccable. Overall, this is a real players bass and a great p-style bass. I've still got a bit of clean-up to do, like polish all of the chrome, but everything else is in perfect working order and it seems as though someone only played this bass a few times before it ended up in a case again. Sorry for the grainy pics and the bad lighting. I hope to get better pics soon. Thanks for reading!