SOLD! Hey y'all, Here's a monster P-bass for ya. Selling this because I can't put down my U.S. Joe Osborn 4 long enough to play anything else. 2005 Lakland U.S. Bob Glaub 4-string (Serial # BG 168) Wieght 9lbs 1oz Nut Width 1.75" Nut Type Bone Fret Size .041/.085" Width at Final Fret 2.48" 1st Fret Neck Depth .76" 12th Fret Neck Depth .94" Fingerboard Radius 10" Scale Length 34" Frets 20 Bridge String Spacing .78" Neck Wood Quarter-Sawn Rock Maple with Graphite Reinforcement Bars Body wood Alder Fingerboard Fretted East Indian Rosewood with Birdseye Maple Dots Tuners Hipshot Tapered Shaft, Reverse Gearing Truss Rod Access Neck Heel: 5/32" Hex Bridge Lakland Dual Access Pickguard Tortoise Shell Controls Volume/Tone Pickup Lindy Fralin split-coil Chrome pickup cover Three Tone Translucent The bass is is excellent condition. Includes hardshell case, case keys, truss rod and bridge wrenches, and strung with a new set of DR Fat Beams (45-105). High quality pictures here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/r3ality/sets/72157617536647266/ This bass has a full retail price of $3,800. I'm looking for $1,700 shipped to the lower 48 states. PayPal preferred but not required. I've had quite a few trade offers, but I'm really looking to sell this beauty out right... unless it's the right trade. The right high end axe might make me sell off other stuff so I could keep it. Thanks for taking a look!