December 23rd Update***Price lowered again, open to trade and partial-trade*** This is the hardest sale I've had to make in a while, but I've got medical bills and an upright bass that needs a bit of work, so I'm putting this one on the block. Musicman offered a narrow width option in the late 70s, but they're quite rare: I've only seen a couple even mentioned online, and this is the only one I've ever seen in person. It's a beautiful neck, J-width, but a bit thicker front-to-back than a typical J. The back of the neck has some dings, but none of them are deep, and the neck feels wonderful in the hand IMO. Body is very handsome two-piece construction, neck has some nice birds-eye figuring on it. Body condition is very clean, chrome on knobs and control plate still shiny. I think it's a great looking bass, my ideal Musicman look. Tuners turn smoothly, truss adjusts fine, electronics work/sound wonderful. Recent pro setup, bass plays great. Weight is 8.78 lbs, very light for a Musicman! These late 70s Sabres have really been appreciating in price of late, with regular-neck models being offered on ebay for close to $3000. The narrow-width option is a rare and IMO very desirable upgrade over the regular neck width, and adds value to the bass in terms of playability--IMO--and undoubtedly in terms of collectibility. I have what I believe is the OHSC for it, although I'm not certain it's original. The rest of the bass I'm certain is original, having confirmed the neck, body, and pot dates. Offered for [DEL]$2750[/DEL] [DEL]$2600[/DEL] $[DEL]2500[/DEL] [DEL]$2400[/DEL] $2250 shipped in the CONUS with case. Open to cash offers, trade, and partial trade offers.