So on a two week holiday to Holland, I walk into a music shop for a couple of picks and maybe a strap, and I walk out with an old fretless J-bass. It was only about £200 and I had been looking for a fretless anyway and this thing sounds great, but unfortunately, there are no identifying marks on this thing at all, other than a tiny cockerel-type thing on the pickguard... I suspect that it may have been assembled from various different parts, as the pickups don't fit the routing on the body and (Although I forgot to take any pictures of the back) I don't think the colour of the neck wood quite matches the body wood in the way you would expect a factory or custom made bass to... I would also guess that its also quite old, judging by the tarnish on the hardware and the fact that the truss rod is only accessible by removing the neck, which I gather is a style that hasn't been used for some time. The guys at the shop I bought the thing at were very helpful, but didnt really have much solid information other than what reasonable guesses they were able to make. It seems like the body is rosewood, and it certainly seems to be heavy enough for that to be the case. Apparently the guy who sold it to the shop mentioned Schecter, but there is nothing on the bass that would indicate that... Anyway, pictures! And this is the cockerel-type thing on the pickguard - (Sorry about the slight blurring) Cause I think it's made of various different parts, unless a former owner happens to see this, I doubt I'll get a complete Identification, but if someone could tell me what that bird logo thing is, or maybe give me an idea of what pickups are on this thing that would be great!