This is a 1987 Carvin LB60 bass, made of solid koa wood. It has an ebony fingerboard, and is wired for stereo so each of the stacked humbuckers can be sent to its own channel or amp. (It has two jacks; when only the bottom jack is used, it works like a regular bass.) Includes a phase switch. The neck is a narrow J-bass style. Comes with the original Carvin hardshell case, which has one bad latch but the other two keep it closed and it is still functional. It looks lighter in the bright sun in these outdoor photos than it usually does---under less intense bright lighting, the koa wood is a very deep, lustrous brown. Here's a link to the original catalog page for this bass: The Carvin Museum - 1987 LB60 Stereo Bass Guitar This bass originally had gold hardware, but a previous owner converted it to black (which looks very sharp). However, the original control knobs and gold tuners are included. $600 shipped to the lower 48.