2011 Carvin SB 4000 with 2011 Fender MIA '75 Jazz Reissue Neck Looks like a clone of the Fender Select Active Jazz Bass (which retails for $3,199) Photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/wn2m82cyw6ji6rv/bI2bbaLlpU Long story gets longer. I encourage you to review my posts surrounding the dream "Fenderbird" I built, to see how I have arrived at this trade. Bought Carvin in January, 2011 for $1200+. Honeyburst on flamed maple, with active/passive electronics. Bass is in mint condition. When I dismantled the Fenderbird, I removed the Carvin's neck and had luthier replace it with the '75 MIA Jazz Reissue blocked and bound rosewood neck you see in the photos (neck cost me $750 from The Stratosphere, on sale - was going for over $800... Neck is new: went on and off Fenderbird in March '12 and onto Carvin in the Fall of 2012). So, felt I better get some value out of the neck by placing it on my Carvin. I also kept on the Hipshot Ultralite tuners from the T-bird - as seen in the photos (I have the original Fender '75 Jazz tuners - and will have luthier replace upon trade). As perfect as the bass looks, sounds, and feels (love the neck) - I just don't care for 4 strings anymore. Got a Carvin SB 5000 this year, and simply cannot give up my B-string... Not going back to 4's. This bass simply hasn't been played in six months. Shipped with original hard case. I'm in no rush - will wait for the right trade that is of comparable age and value (as the sum of the above components), including higher end 5-strings (I'd add cash for the right bass). Thank you for your interest.