Check out this SKB-3007 on the bay. It's interesting enough becase I haven't seen that recipe on a Roscoe before, but what got my attention was the custom inlay and abbreviated Roscoe logo on the headstock. Here are Gard's notes to the seller:That particular SKB 3007 was completed in August of 1999, sold originally to Bass Alone (they did the headstock inlay and wood control cavity covers). It has a cocobolo top, Spanish Cedar body, Ebony fingerboard, Ivory nut, Bartolini 3-band EQ. The original retail price of the bass would have been $3680, the retail for the same price now would be $4510. I wonder what the story is behind that inlay. In the meantime, let's just drool.