Well, love the look, feel and TONE of this one . . . but it turns out I'm just not a fretless guy. And I need another gigging bass and this one's just too purty for the places we play! Deets: Per serial number, it's a 2003. Swamp Ash body. Ebony fingerboard. It's an upgraded model - premium Greenburst transparent finish with matching headstock - not as bright as some of the flash pictures indicate - more a forest green/emerald - the headstock close-ups are the closest, though it's a shade darker still in real life. Check the G&L site for a better picture. Condition: Flawless playing condition - everything works and turns as it should (and/or stays where it's supposed to). Neck is laser-straight, truss rod turns freely etc. There's little smudges - cosmetic only, can't feel them - under the strings from when I experimented with DR nickel rounds for a month - it wore flats when I bought it used, and now wears GHS Brite Flats. Slight finish "bubble" at the headstock, otherwise finish is flawless. Little dot on the back of the headstock - looks to be part of original grain. Little swirl mark on the ebony - again looks original. Mods - fitted Straploks and shielded the control cavity (including the plastic plate) and the pickup cavities. Other than that, she is stock. Case: Slightly banged-up G&L case which I bought separately - inside is in excellent shape, as is the hardware - outside has normal road-wear plus a bite taken out of one corner - skin-deep only. Asking [DEL]$750 [/DEL] $695 shipped to the lower 48, or trade for a fretted USA L-2000 - not fussy about year as long as it's in similar playing condition and I can live with a few dings as it will be gigged.