well ive been on a search for a cheap and durable upright bass to start learning on for a few months now and at a local shop i found this: its a kay bass from the forties and its obviously been through alot of gigs and has scars all over the woodwork. its been repaired many times, most recently its been almost entirely reworked by the guy whos selling it. the sound is great to me and though the action was a little high, the dealer had fitted it with an adjustable bridge, so i figure i can just lower it a tad. The price is 950 including a bow and gig bag and i frankly couldnt find anything wrong with the whole thing. what pitfalls/problems should i look for in an old kay bass like this one? Is this as good a deal as it seems?