I pick up my new Sadowsky MS5 tomorrow and I thought it would be a great idea to sell a few basses to help pay for THE LAST BASS I WILL EVER NEED. I looked at my collection and decided to sell my amazing 1993 MIM Fender P bass and my rarely played 1997 MIA Fender Jazz V Deluxe. So off to eBay they go. I set my reserves for what I would be happy with and both were extremely fair. Anyways, my MIM P bass had a reserve of $320. It included a new gig bag, it is mint, had a BAII, new SD basslines PU, pearloid pickup, new bone nut, straplocks, etc. Almost $300 in non cosmetic altering top of the line upgrades. Highest bid $240. It will remain mine out of principle as it truly is a great sounding/looking/playing bass. Off to the basement it again goes. My feedback is 100% and I have hundreds of transactions also. Shipping was also like $45 which is the actual cost. And the pics were great. Nothing in my ad should have prevented an interested bidder. My 1997 Jazz V? I figured I would set the reserve at $620 which is what I paid. This is a great bass and I figured $650-700 would be the final price. Nope. 89 people watching and it went for $1000. Craziness. Hard to figure it out sometimes!