10 lbs, 8 oz Rosser Swamp Ash body Warmoth Padauk neck with 24-fret Ebony fretboard, Malachite inlay and Abalone dots Glockenklang 3-band preamp Ulyate/Protoguitars Stingray/jazz combo with jazz in bridge. 4-way toggle for the combo: neck, parallel, series, bridge Schaller bridge and tuners What I am happiest about this bass are the pickups. And I sorted through webpages and webpages of diagrams and schematics and discussions of rotary switching, until I figured out how these switches work and then it was easy: ground from one half of the pickup is always at ground. 3-pole 4 way switch with the other ground and the two hots on the three poles, and then connect hot-output, ground-output, connecting wire, or nothing to the appropriate obvious 12 lugs around the switch. Anyhow, there are things that are not ideal about this bass. 1) I put the string retainers stupidly next to each other, so you have to thread the string through. 2) I made a nick in the fretboard 3) if you depend on inlay, the malachite is quite dark when not in the sun 4) the Rosser body...heavy swamp ash. I had cut it, sanded it, and finished it before I noticed that the bolt-holes were drilled lopsided. No matter. I put the neck in straight, the strings go over the pickups correctly, it is all in good intonation. 5) I chose a body where the "knee dimple" is farthest away from the neck because I intended on cutting it. How ones body fits with a bass is very very subjective. The body was only $100. It could be switched out.