I just got this and really had some plans for it but I guess I did a lot of gigs last year and ............blah blah blah taxman blah blah...... Here is a mid 90's Yamaha TRB6 in really great shape with Lane Poor pickups and the stock quasi parametric preamp. sweepable highs and lows via an adjustment in the cavity. Mids are via a knob with 3 settings.......flat, scoop and boost. There is a mid boost amount mini pot in the cavity. Does all that make sense? PM me if you need clarification. Typical bolt on neck construction. maple/pau ferro neck and swamp ash body. 3/4" spacing at the bridge with a slap contour in the body. 34" scale. medium sized frets with plenty of life left. brand new set of DR Fatbeams installed. I'm pretty sure the 3 preamp knobs are not stock. There is a little sticker on the rear cavity cover. I like it oK but you can take it off easily. One minor scuff on the back (see pic) otherwise very clean. The bass plays amazingly well. I got comments from a bass player friend of mine at a gig that the bass was punchy, even and cleared the mix easily without being muddy or too loud. These pickups really do rock. I would love to keep it but 2 6 string basses is a little over the top at tax time. $1400 OBO shipped in a Dean square gig bag is what I have into it. No trades please. I need the dough. It will be double boxed and packed right.