There isn't alot of info about these basses, but they essentially were a small production bass that Fender produced in the early 90's. I believe the basses were made by FujiGen, and were generally regarded to be very high-quality instruments. They all had active electronics and an additional "Low Z Output". Apparently, the Heartfield pickups were made by EMG. The DR-6 offered 6 strings, gold-plated hardware, hum-cancelling pickups and a 12" radius fretboard. DR-6 necks are reinforced with graphite to eliminate dead spots and increase sustain. The graphite is extended to cover the head stocks to promote better sustain and tonal balance. Two high-output, single coil pickups power the DR basses. And a pickup pan pot lets you mix and blend each pickup with the other. The DR series also features sweep switches and on/off frequency sweep controls. And with the direct out low impedance jack, you can plug directly into a P.A. system or mixing board to insure a clean, pure amplified sound. Specially-designed heavy-duty bridges also increase sustain. And the slim, smooth necks are outfitted with deluxe sealed tuning machines. This bass was used by Steve Bailey throughout the 90's, and I hear still used occasionally today. PRICE DROP: $475 Also included is a decent gig bag. It's in very good condition, with only light finish scratches, etc.