I received this bass in a trade and have no complaints about it apart from a desire to keep searching for that bass I will "never" sell. This is a 4-string Bee Bass, and was once owned by the luthier, Fred Bolton. As such, it really is one of a kind, though it's closest in body shape to the Hybrid. I'm looking for straight trades, though I may be able to be persuaded to add cash if I can get approval from the boss (wife) Trade Interests: Show me what you've got. PM me with a brief description and if you need it to send pictures, I'll provide you with my email upon request. Trade Value: $1300 (edited after a PM conversation) Once again, I've done nothing to this bass since receive it except wipe it down after playing it. I haven't gigged it it either, just rehearsed with it. As far as I understand from thread history here at TB, this bass is in its original form with no modifications apart from a previous owner installing a strap button on the back of the bass horn (see pic. below). Details: Strings: 4 Nut Width @ zero fret: 1.75" Frets?: Yes Scale: 34" Body: Mahogony Top: Quilted Maple Construction: Bolt-on Neck Neck: 3-piece Flame Maple Fretboard: Acrilyzed Flame Maple Control Knobs: Maple Weight: 7.9lbs (bathroom scale) Strap Buttons: They appear to be Dunlop Straplocks, or at least, they accept one of my straps with Dunlop buttons & hold very securly. Bridge Pickup: Delano MM Bridge Piezo: It appears to be a Ghost Piezo pickup (Hipshot Bridge) Preamp: 18v Bee Preamp (more details on the Bee Pre can be found at www.beebasses.com) Controls: (from headstock to bridge) MM Vol; Piezo Vol; Treble +/-; Mid +/-; Bass +/- The bass will ship in a Gator gig bag that shows some wear, but it's all surface wear. I'll also have the gig bag in a well padded guitar box. Basses I like: Warwick, Lakland, Dingwall, Fender Basses I don't like: Haven't really found any yet, so give it a shot I can also provide some sound clips upon request. If I've left anything out, ask and I'll try to accommodate.