Both are 32-35" fanned fret 5ers and are about 1 year old. Both are 19mm spaced at bridge. FOURNEL ABG IS TRADED AND WILL BE ON ITS' WAY TO GREECE. GREAT PIC OF CB IS AVAILABLE AT cbbasses.com - scroll down under "the news" tab for a quality image. All offers considered. First-CB singlecut with Norstrand pups, passive vol/pan/tone, amazing 3D quilted camphor top over mahogany, figured morado board/knobs and pup covers, banjo frets, ebony nut, Dunlop straplocks, 3rd recessed Dunlop receiver along lower body edge (for my bass belt-neither seen nor felt unless you flip it upside down), pristine save 1 tiny ding about an inch from the jack (in pics to follow), currently strung with Chromes-very fat/thick. Also comes with wrenches and a spare morado knob (just in case). Very light-approx. 8 lbs also-custom Michel Fournel (Montreal luthier has made ABGs for Alain Caron and instrument for Cirque Du Soleil) fanned ABG 5er. 1st bass he made in '07, his shop's 25th anniversary-has MOP inlay indicating this. True hollowbody. Carved mahogany with spruce top -only the horns are solid. David Gage pup mounted under the bridge feet. Vol control knob on bridge. Thinline body-loud enough to practice unplugged, amazing when amped. Combination jack/rear straplock. Custom molded hardcase. Probably <7lbs. Paid 3Gs for each. Asking 2250 by Paypal. Trades or partial trades considered are 34 or 35" 5 string basses with 18.5 or 19mm spacing at the bridge. No amps/cabs or other basses. I'm partial to Elrick and Lakland. Current pics are poor but I can/will take more at higher res in daylight-hopefully this weekend.