Yesterday i was in a local music shop looking at some of the basses they had in stock when i came across a used Carvin LB70. I picked it up and played it for a while since i have never played a carvin before. Needless to say i fell i love with it. The neck feels perfect for my hands and the tones i got from the active circuit and the stock j99 pickups was awesome. It has a one piece maple neck with a alder body and is finished in greenburst on the body, back of neck, and the headstock. it looks like it's in decent condition and the pickups look like they have no wear and the frets look nice and clean. The body has a couple of minor scratches and the one thing i noticed about the bass is on the headstock, there is a hole about 1/4" in diameter drilled clear through the headstock past the g string tuner by about 3/4". I asked the sales guy about the hole and he said he didn't know about it, he got that bass in on trade from someone last week. The place is asking for $350, does this sound reasonable? i don't really know the market value on used carvins so any help would be appreciated.