Peavey Millennium J/J bass - USA built w/ 35" scale. (Not one of the Millenniums currently made overseas.) This is one can compete with any other American made bass. Rosewood board on a maple neck black headstock. Flame maple on the body with golden finish. Millennium pre-amp. Sometimes I like this bass better than my J/MM basses. It gets some great sounds. Defect? The neck screws need to have their heads filed down some to remove some slightly sharp edges - not a big deal or I would have done it by now. I removed the neck to sand the back of the neck and refinish it with tongue oil. Now it is a very fast neck. However, it still looks ever so slightly dirty (played) in the first several positions. However, due to our dry climate, the rosewood neck has slightly shrunk, so, here, the frets protrude ever so slightly from the sides of the neck. In more humid area, it should expand. I didn't even think about it - doesn't affect my playing - until I started to do a detailed inspection. Some small surface scratches on the back. Pickup covers have some marks from strings. Small amount of dulling around front pickup and under G string near neck due to slapping. Weight: guess to be about 8 lbs like other Mills its over at my office. Price: [DEL]$465 [/DEL] $450 shipped CONUS in a Peavey case. Pictures of this bass plus some others at: https://picasaweb.google.com/107318156379808570526/BassGuitars# Please no trades - I have too many basses!