Sold! I bought this from TB'er swpyne a couple of years back and it's a great bass. This is a great example of old Washburn quality. This model is discontinued and they're a pretty rare find. The construction is top-notch and playability is excellent. Even with the action slightly higher than average to get a bit more acoustic volume, it's no struggle at all switching between it and a solid-body with low action. It has plenty of volume for solo practice and I've had no trouble playing along with acoustic guitarists who understand how to keep their volume balanced. If a drummer enters the room, you will want an amp. Fortunately, plugging in will reward you with a truly great bass sound. With the right strings and right-hand attack, it can get a very upright-bass vibe. Playing it with a more traditional right-hand technique gets a smooth, singing, fretless tone with great presence in the low end. I have never played it with roundwounds but I imagine it can also produce more aggressive sounds. Swpyne mentioned that it has unusually even string-to-string output from the piezo element and I agree. The balance is excellent across the strings and all the way up and down the neck. I would call it excellent used condition. There are a few small nicks and scratches, which are pictured below. None are very noticeable and don't affect the playability. I think the fingerboard may have been professionally replaced at some point as there are some small marks around the joint of the fingerboard and neck and the fingerboard has almost no wear, which is unusual for an instrument that is more than a year or two old. Comes in the original hardshell case, which is in very good condition. I will consider trade offers but cash takes precedence. I'm always happy to drive a reasonable distance to make a local deal happen. Thanks for looking!