Okay, the pics I have are from Luthiers Access Group. I had the bass sent up there before I took delivery to try and sell it. To no avail, I had it sent back to Mark, cleaned up and given the a-okay. Its now in my possesion and before I take it to Atlanta Bass Gallery to sell, I want to try it here. This bass is new, minus it being for sale at the dealer for a couple of months and shown at NAMM. Here are the specs: Body: Madagascar Ebony top and back, Mahogany core, Flame Maple back center stripe, light wood (forgot the kind) laminates. Neck: Maple/Mahogany stripes. Fretboard: Brazilian Ebony with Flame Maple binding, abolone side markers. Pickups: Custom wound ceramic Kent Armstrong humbuckers, Gaboon ebony covers Electronics: Custom 3 band pre-amp (Super transparent) with Series/Single/Parallel toggle switches. This thing plays and sounds amazing (kind of a woody, Warwick like tone), but finances, band break ups, and lack of 5-string usage are making me sell it. The pics don't do this thing justice, but the attention to detail is top notch. Definitely up there with some of the very high end basses. $3000 O.B.O. (Please, no low-ballers or trades) I will try and have better pics up of this bad boy soon.