For sale is a Godin Shifter 4 Classic (the original model with 3 soapbar pickups): http://www.godinguitars.com/godinshifterbassp.htm This bass is in like-new condition. I bought it to be my first bass, and only practiced on it a little before deciding that it's just too big for me. I bought a short scale bass from a TB'er and have been much happier, and this Godin bass has been in my closet now for several months. My intention was to hang on to it - it's a beautiful bass, and very well made. But I think I'm going to stick with short scales, and having just bought another one yesterday, now it's time for this bass to go. This bass is currently retailing for $895: http://www.musiciansfriend.com/bass/godin-shifter-electric-bass-guitar/430654000015422 Comes with a very nice Godin gig bag and a leather (suede) Godin strap that I bought separately - everything is like new. No dings or scratches whatsoever on this bass. I replaced the stock rounds (will also include those in the sale) with flats (D'Addario Chromes, 45-100). I had difficulty getting pictures that do the paint job justice - it's this great semi-transparent cream color that lets just some of the woodgrain show through. The maple fretboard and the back of the neck also have a really nice grain to them. If it weren't for the guilt of GAS, I would keep this bass just as a collectible - given the unique pickup configuration and the build quality. Price is $[DEL]750[/DEL] [DEL]now $700[/DEL] [DEL]now $650[/DEL] now $550 [DEL]shipped[/DEL] plus actual shipping costs - remember these retail for $895 and this one is like-new and includes the strap and new flats (on the bass already). Have not sold anything on Talkbass yet, but my eBay ID is kbc0124 (100% feedback on 200+ transactions since '99).