OK. Now that I've got my Stambaugh and my backup blue Jazz, I don't really need this anymore, so I'm thinking about letting her go: So here's the deal with this bass. This is my (for those that know me) "famous" light 5 string. The body is extra-light swamp ash that was special ordered from Warmoth. The body came in a 3lbs, 6oz. The whole bass weighs less than 7 lbs. It's based off the smaller Jazz Bass Plus body size, and with a smaller neck than most 5 string basses. Specs are as follows: Tuners: Hipshot Ultralite Neck: Douglas Fir with threaded metal insert neck bolts Nut width: 1.7", heel 2.75" Fingerboard: rosewood Fretsize: Dunlop 6230 (the smaller vintage Fender size) Electronics: 2 Dingwall FD-3 individually humcancelling, split design (ala P-Bass) Controls: Neck Vol, Bridge Vol, tone. Each volume is a pull-pot that when pulled up puts that pickup in series mode. GK-2B pickup: this drives the Roland V-Bass. There is a separate jack for the GK cable next to the 1/4" jack. Bridge: Hipshot type A Also has Dunlop recessed straplocks. This is a great bass that I have around $1500 in parts alone. I know I'm not gonna get anything close to that, but I'm also not hard up for cash. I just don't like instruments sitting around being unused. So basically, I'm throwing a line in the water to see if there are any bites.... Oh, BTW at the moment it is strung up as a piccolo. I did not modify the nut for this, so it is easily put back in normal tuning. Feel free to ask any questions.