I just picked up a DVD of the Old Grey Whistle Test music show Volume 1. It has some really cool performances from Alice Cooper doing Under My Wheels in 71, The Specials doing Rudi, A Message To You, to the Ramones. All of the clips are actual performances rather than lip synching. My question is this: There's a clip of Iggy Pop doing I'm Bored. I don't know who's playing bass, but it looks like an early Gibson EB-0. Unlike the later models that are essentially an SG bass, this thing has a double cutaway Les Paul Junior shaped body. I've been trying to find more info on this bass without much luck. There's a little info on gibsonbass.com, but not much. Was it ever re-issued? Did it come in a two pickup configuration? Help! This is kinda off topic, bass-wise, but Iggy has a black guy in a cowboy hat playing a white Ovation Deacon in the video. Any idea who this guy was?