I bought this T-45 back in 1982 from World Music in Simi Valley CA to ease my guilt about selling my 69' P Bass for practically nothing due to some financial difficulties. I ended up not using the Peavey much over the years and it never left my home. It only has one small "ding" in the back that didn't break the surface (see back picture) and it's been in it's Peavey custom hard case the entire time. The case does have an "issue" with the metal wires not holding it open. For some reason the inserts pulled out so I removed them until it can be fixed. If you're looking at this classified, you know all the details about the T-45 so I won't bore you with them here. I see there aren't many out there for sale let alone in really good shape. Here's a good description I found about the knob controls. Knob one is the volume control The 2nd knob, when in 10 position gives you a single coil tone. Kind of like a 1957 P Bass with single coils. Roll the 2nd knob until it’s in the 7 position, you’ve got a big humbucker sound. While it’s not a true split humbucker like a Precision bass, it comes 95% close to it. When the knob is at 0, it’s basically an out of phase humbucker. 3rd knob is a normal tone control. It leans more towards the bright side especially with a pick, I figure at 66 years old, about to retire and could use a few extra bucks, I'd probably let it go to someone who will put it to good use. The following pictures are some I took yesterday, but will post more detailed close ups later this week after the holiday. I also have the original strings it came with. Right now, it's strung with black KAMAN performers that are Kamflon coated. I had no idea what I was getting, but the sales guy said they sounded better that the stock strings it had on it. Very bright sounding from what I remember It also has the original strings, a 4 inch wide black leather guitar strap and new Fender after market cord I never used. I'm asking $1100 obo, which I know is a higher than the T-45's I've seen that have a lot of wear but this is almost like buying a new 41 year old bass. Make an offer if you are interested. Also, I did some checking and I can ship for about $125 - $150 which would be in addition to the purchase price. BTW, I live in Vancouver Washington. Across the Columbia River from Portland Oregon. It would be great if I could find a local buyer Give me some input on what you think. I haven't sold on this site before and am not sure of the protocol on how this works.