_MG_4735 by TheRealJimb213, on Flickr Well the time has come. I'm not gigging like I used to, and moving forward I'm focusing my time and creative energy elsewhere. It pains me to see these instruments not getting the use they deserve. It's time to find them new homes. First up, the fretless: Spanish Cedar Body Walnut Top Rainbow Diamondwood Fingerboard Maple/Purpleheart/Maple neck Bartolini Pickups and Electronics You can see a small nick in the headstock in this picture: _MG_4740 by TheRealJimb213, on Flickr And here's a closeup of the body and fingerboard: _MG_4726 by TheRealJimb213, on Flickr This was my primary bass for a number of years until I got the fretted one, and even then it was probably 60/40 fretless/fretted until I joined a motown band. This bass just sounded amazing in virtually every context I was playing in. Here's a couple of spotify links where you can hear the fretless: On to the Fretted: Solid Swamp Ash Body Vintage Satin White Finish Pao Ferro Fretboard Maple/Purpleheart/Maple Neck Audere 4-band EQ and Nordstrand DC-5 Pickups _MG_4713 by TheRealJimb213, on Flickr I believe I was the first one to get a Roscoe with this finish, and I don't know if it's even available as a regular option. This little switch: _MG_4909 by TheRealJimb213, on Flickr is what makes the Audere preamp really special. It's basically the Modern <--> Vintage switch. In the up position you've got a great modern hifi sound with lots of cut. In the down position you've got a vintage fat almost p-bass thump. Here are a couple of youtube clips where you can hear this bass with the motown band I used to be in: I'm asking $1500 each shipped to the lower 48. Both basses include the Roscoe Deluxe Hardshell case. If you want to be a big spender and purchase both, I'll take $2800 shipped to the lower 48. Sorry, not interested in any trades.