I know there's a metal / hard rock bass player out there who'd have more use for this than me. I bought this for a 80s-90s hard rock/metal cover band that never panned out. 2004 B.C. Rich Mockingbird bass in "tombstone" gray. This is of the "platinum" series which to my knowledge is now discontinued. I don't have pictures but it looks like this, only silver/gray in color with black pickup covers. (I can take actual pics upon request if you're thinking about buying it.) Features * Made in Korea in 2004 (very solid construction) * Unique shape * Rare pickup configuration 2 split-coil pickups with one very close to the bridge (these are seriously the best sounding pickups I've ever found on a Korean bass...tons of clean punch w/ tone variety from low and dark to shimmering bright top end) * Agathis body * Hard maple neck * Sealed tuners * Adjustable bridge * All-chrome hardware * Volume/volume/tone controls with a 3-way selector * Rosewood fretboard (one of the nicest grains I've seen on rosewood and I've owned 20+ basses) No case, sorry. Will come in a cheapo gig bag and be double boxed and well padded. $175 shipped (lower 48 only). Fine print: You probably wouldn't notice if I didn't say anything but I'm obligated to disclose the infinitely minor damage I caused to this bass while I was tinkering with the pickups. Everything purely cosmetic. I replaced two of the pickup height screws on one of the pickups, barely noticeable. Also I put a couple of tiny nicks on the body between the pickups with a screwdriver (you have to tilt it just right to even see this) and slightly damaged the plastic edge on the pickup with the new screws ..which I then sanded down to make it smooth again... not visible to the naked eye unless you turn it to a certain angle. Again I cannot stress enough how minor this stuff is but just want to disclose it.