Well, I guess it's bound to happen from time to time - I got scammed on a trade in the Classifieds. While my Warwick sits comfortably in another person's home I have with me a bass which was severely misrepresented. The scammer purchased it for $150 and duped me on the trade - no harsh comments, I'm beating myself up pretty hard already. I will say, in spite of my frustration in this situation, this bass does sound pretty killer. I've tried to get used to it but there's too much negative energy for me to keep this. I hope it can find a new (and accurately-informed) owner. I'm hoping to get $150+shipping on this - I know that's a little more than the original sale price on this but, hey, I'm out about a grand and my only bass so... I've got to try to pick up the pieces. After the dust cleared I was able to find the LEGITIMATE description of this instrument. Here, copied and pasted, is the original seller's description along with his photographs: http://www.talkbass.com/forum/f126/franken-p-bass-reversed-jazz-neck-natural-finish-cheap-842087/ This was my first 'project' bass I built from parts, and while I love it, I have too many P-basses so this one has to go. $150 shipped in the continental US, and will ship in a generic gigbag packed up carefully in a large box. No trades please, I'm clearing room for a custom order Spector. The body I believe came from an old Memphis bass, they made some good japanese copies back in the 70s, pickup and electronics came from the same. The body looks to be mahogany and maple, but again I am not positive. It was string-though-body so I installed a black string-through bridge with matching ferrules in the back to anchor the strings. I liked the jackson reversed headstock look so I put a left-handed neck on this right-handed bass. The neck is a jazz bass sized neck (1.5 inch nut width) with pearloid block inlays and bound fretboard, another copy as the headstock is blank and not quite Fender shaped. The neck profile is pretty thin like most 70's style jazz bass necks and it has standard cloverleaf tuners. To clarify: this IS a right-handed bass, it is strung and plays normally, standard 34" scale, the neck itself is just flipped. The body was not in the best shape, there are extra holes from a thumbrest that is no longer there (I have a black plastic one and can install it if you ask) and from whatever bridge was on it before I got the body. I have taken MANY pictures to accurately represent this bass, as it has many little dings and scrapes, as well as a small neck pocket shim. The neck still looks brand new, straight with plenty of adjustment left on the truss rod, I took good care of the neck at least. Has a newish set of DR Sunbeam nickel strings on it as well (needed the E-string to be long!) Feel free to ask any questions!