Apologies up-front for the poor quality pictures. At some point, I will pick up a second camera to keep at the house here, just to take photos of basses I want to sell. Till then, I just have phone photos. Bass is in great condition. Anything that looks like marking in the photos is just glare, shadow or smudges from moving the bass around. I tried to find dents, dings, scratches, but did not see any. If there are any, they are very small. * If you are in NC, and want to meet to buy this bass - instead of me shipping it, I will sell it for $300. Details from Schecter here: http://www.schecterguitars.com/Products/Bass/Stargazer-4.aspx Active bass, with EMG pickups. Some dislike the EMGs, but I found them to be fine. I was using this as a backup bass, and it wasn't played much. Did a couple gigs with it, though, and didn't get any bad feedback on the sound. Really like the way the neck feels. One of the better necks that I have played, and I generally do not like "jazz" style necks. Not lightweight, but not heavy either. I would guess around 9.5 to 10 pounds - sorry no scale for proper weighing. Comes with three pickguards: - Original white pearloid (which I was not a fan of) - B/W/B pickguard - Black pearloid The two custom ones were made by Tony at Pickguardian. Fit the bass perfectly. Currently, the BWB one is on the bass. I came across a Fender gig bag when cleaning out my studio today, so will ship the bass with that, as well. Any questions, let me know. Overall, a nice bass, but I went a little crazy with a new purchase, and am moving a couple things to cover that. This one has been living in the closet the last six months, so she's up for sale. Finally, not opposed to shipping outside the continental US, but buyer will need to work out the shipping details and costs. Just wanted to mention this, as I usually get asked when I post sale threads. I don't have a problem shipping outside the US, but have never shipped something this big to another country/territory, so not sure what is involved in making sure that it gets to its destination, as expected. Thanks for looking.