This is a build I put together awhile ago with a Warmoth alder body and a Mighty Mite P-bass neck. I have recently became a Precision bass convert and I have way too many Jazz style basses. (Five!) Warmoth Jazz body drilled for a Badass III. Weight 4lbs 7 oz. Nordstrand 70's wind J pickups. Bridge PU is in the 70's position. Controls are Audio Taper Volume, volume, and a linear taper tone control with a Kimber Kap .047 capacitor. Schaller strap-locs. Sprayed with lacquer primer, Daphne Blue lacquer and lacquer clear gloss top coat. Finish isn't perfect but I planned to relic it down the road. Neck is a Mighty Mite P-bass profile (Very nice, my favorite) which is sprayed with tinted lacquer with a semi gloss lacquer top coat. Jockemo vintage neck decals and Fender 70's decal applied. Frets are leveled and crowned. Light relic work on the neck. Schaller gold tuners. New Ernie Ball Hybrid Slinkies. Includes SKB case and leather strap with Schaller Strap-Locs. Issues: The finish as I mentioned above could be better. I had some splatter with the Daphne Blue but didn't worry too much about it as I planned to do the relic treatment anyway. A couple of the tuner screws didnt go in correctly and they are sticking up a tad. (Should be replaced down the road) Tiny hole in the back where I drilled through trying to install a grounding point. The Warmoth knobs were meant for split shaft pots and I got the bright idea to drill them out for solid shaft. Hard to do so they are a bit off center and turn weird. Last, the Fender decal is a combo of two decals. One is great and very thin, ( Fender) and the other (Jazz Bass) is thicker and sits higher under the lacquer. Plays and sounds great! Weight is 9.2lbs. Asking $550 shipped in the lower 48. Paypal OK.