Up for grabs: --no longer looking for trades-- 1978 Fretless Fender P Bass - $1775 Natural Finish, 1 piece maple neck. Just a killer. Purchased from Willies Guitar in St. Paul. I added the pup/bridge cover and the thumb rest. Comes with the OHSC, as well. The case has a rough spot on the shell, everything else seems to be great. The back of this bass had that weird protective skin they used to sell on it, and was removed prior to my purchase. Now the back is grainy-feeling from the sticky part. Also, some dude named "Mickey" etched his name into the pick guard. I like to think that's the first owner, and that's what I call the bass now. -next- 1978 Musicmaster - $500 -SOLD LOCAL- This has been refinished from what I'm assuming was black, to a much better looking sparkle gold. I love how it looks, but I got a 1974 Musicmaster and I love how that plays a little more. Has upgraded pots/input from a Lakland US Bob Glaub. Will include the original pots/input/pot caps. Pup is original, but it is lacking the cover. Currently setup with a set of piccolo strings. I really love how the thing looks, the uncapped pots, the uncovered pup, the finish, and it also sounds awesome as a piccolo. But it'll just collect dust... Let me wrap it up with a link to, what I realized, is clips of BOTH basses! I recorded on a cd last fall, and I only used those two basses. danmariska The fretless is only on track #8. Make it to the bridge for some upper register stuff. The musicmaster is on the rest, and it's pretty much 100% palm muted chugchugchugs. Used flats on both instruments for the recording. Attached is a picture of the basses. Nevermind the Lakland DJ, that has been sold already. --SHIPPING-- My roomie works at Delta. He can ship my basses for literally...10 or 20 bucks. Or so. The bass would FLY to you. Talk about fast shipping! The only catch is you need to pick it up from your airport. Or I can do conventional shipping, for more. We'll talk out shipping depending on your needs.