SOLD SOLD SOLD This is quite a rare bird. I haven't confirmed this but I believe this is the only Blue Swirl G&L SB1 with a rosewood board. The only other one made was a maple board. Blue Swirl wasn't a standard finish for SB1 basses. Yes it is true, it sounds like a P-Bass on steroids with the humbucking P pickup in these. This bass is very well built and play and sounds like a dream. Really the only P style bass I have ever liked. But it does have some blemishes and here we go. The neck, headstock, tuners and fretboard are all in great shape. Looks like the previous owner didn't like the white nut and took a black sharpie to try and color it black. I tried to clean it up, but it didn't bother me that much to care. It is currently wearing a newer set of DR Sunbeams in the 45-105 variety. The body. It has it's fair share of dings and scratches. The worst is a half dime size chip beside the bridge that isn't that noticeable, a small chip on the contour, and some other dings here and there. You can see from the photos none of these issues are highly visible or go through the paint completely. No rust or anything to mention with the hardware. Now the pickguard and electronics. Looks like someone got superglue around the between the jack and tone pot at some point like they tried to superglue the jack in place and the experiment went wrong. Again I was looking for a PG on here as a replacement didn't bother me enough to buy a new one. As far as weight goes it's similar to my jazz which is around 8.5-9 lbs. With the gig bag. $OLD!!!! shipped.