Hi folks, I'm starting to feel like CraigB, with my wanting to buy every G&L I can, only to turn around and move one to buy another! I recently bought this limited edition L2000, thinking it would be a great sister to my BABP L1K. It's a beautiful bass, but I've decided I want to pick up an upright, so this being the new kid on the block is going to be the one that's going to help fund the upright (I have two other L2K's). I'll let Craig's description and the original G&L sales info speak for it: "This was a limited edition done by G&L for Badass Bass Players - 23 total made. This is Serial No. CLF46792, Model BABP-1, made in 2007, #14 of 23 made. All with #8 neck, blackburst finish (not generally available from G&L), and series/parallel/single coil switching. Single coil mode (in addition to the standard series & parallel) and the last ebony fretted boards out of Fullerton. A pleked #8 neck with satin finish and weighs in at 8.7 pounds." "This very special Limited Edition bass will have 2 G&L Magnetic Field Design pickups, G&L Tri-Tone active/passive electronics, 3-way mini-toggle pickup selector for parallel/single coil/series switching (a stock L2K is parallel/series), preamp control mini-toggle (off/on/on with high end EQ boost), hard rock #8 )12" radius board, 1 1/2" width at the nut) maple neck, a fretted ebony board sans fret markers, but with side position markers, custom G&L "Ultra-Lite" tuners with aluminum tapered string posts, an incredible translucent Black Burst finish over a swamp ash body, and a painted black headstock with the BABP's logo at the end, all chrome hardware, with G&L molded case." Bass is in wonderful condition, 9.5 out of 10, just general finish swirls. Plays like a dream, sounds wonderful. For full disclosure, you can feel a hair or two of offset at the board/neck joint on the E string side. I wouldn't have even noticed it if I wasn't playing sloppily, and had my thumb wrapped around the neck. I talked to Ken Baker & Flash (the co-owner of Guitar Man who handled this run of L2K's), and both said it's a temporary contraction of the neck under the ebony board, similar to boards contracting on basses and causing fret sprout. In this case the ebony won't give, so the maple has contracted. It's gotten barely noticeable over the last two weeks, and may just have been reacting to the dry winter.....but I want to make sure there are no surprises! Asking $1150 shipped CONUS.