Photo Album: Warwick Photos - Imgur Sold it to a friend $800 It's a Warwick Thumb Bolt-On, 37th Anniversary of Guitar Center Limited Edition, made in Germany. Serial Number G-085878-01. It's in good shape. Thoroughly played, but well taken care of. I'm the second owner. I bought it in 2002, so it was only a year old when I got it. It has some thumb rash around the top of the neck pickup and few small dings, nothing serious, obvious, or that would effect how it plays. It plays like glass and sounds awesome. It has a custom brass string nut that really makes open notes sing. Much mo betta' than the original graphite Just-A-Nut that they come with. The case has seen better days. Two of the little metal feet are gone, it has some cracks on the bottom and some chunks of plastic missing but it does its job. It's a fantastic bass. I hate to let it go but I think it's time for a good-ole P-bass or something like that. staccatogrowl has informed me that this is a Custom Shop Model as indicated by the first zero in the serial number. These things don't grow on trees. 1 of 150, It would cost $4,500 to have this made. Here's what HarmonyCentral.com wrote about it: To commemorate their 37th year of business, Guitar Center commissioned Warwick to build a special edition electric bass for them. This 4-string bass is built off of Warwick's popular Thumb Bolt-on series. What makes this instrument so unique is the exotic mix of woods that were used for the body. The hand-selected bubinga pomele top is a perfect match for the ovangkol back, with a thin maple veneer in-between the two woods, which creates a distinctively pleasing look. Bubinga and Ovangkol are closely related tone woods with similar sound yet striking differences in appearance. The straight grained mahogany-like ovangkol back contrasts beautifully with the reddish hues of the curly buginga top. The ovangkol neck features an ebony fingerboard and Warwick's trademark bell brass frets. The ebony fingerboard gives this special bass a quick attack that is well balanced with Warwick's trademark woody growl and focused lows. The Guitar Center 37th Anniversary Thumb Bolt-on bass comes loaded with MEC active J-style pick-ups and a MEC active 2-band preamp. This special Warwick bass is available only at Guitar Center stores and is available now. There were only 150 of these unique basses made for Guitar Center's 37th anniversary. Retail price: $2,299 Thanks for checking it out everyone, TL;DR I have an awesome Warwick Thumb BO 2001 GC Limited Edition for sale. I'm asking $1,200.