SOLD - Beautiful bass, but it's just not getting played. It's a one-off lined fretless 4 string, zebrawood top, f hole, thumbrest, etc. I've owned a Turner Ren and seriously this thing plays, and balances better, and sounds more like an acoustic upright. The bass has always been strung with Flats and there are absolutely no issues with it. I spoke to Jack about the bass and I have more details if anyone is interested in it. I'm sure I'll regret selling it, but I can't justify it just sitting there. $1500 with hardshell case that came with it. No trades please. Builder: Jack Read Model: Double Cutaway Four String Hollowbody Fretless Serial Number : 001 / 1997 Scale: 34 inches Width at Nut: 1.5" Body Depth: 1.75 inches. Weight 5.6 lbs. Neck: 5 piece neck made of maple and Bolivian rosewood with 5 bolts using recessed chrome receptors Neck nut: Bone Fingerboard: ebony, lined fretless (cherry wood used for lines) Body: Mahogany back, zebrawood top, ebony accent, zebrawood thumbrest. Finish: Hand rubbed oil Bridge: String though, rosewood tailpiece, compensated maple bridge. Tuners: Hipshot Ultralites, satin chrome finish. Electronics: Custom made K&K Sound transducer Controls: One master volume with zebrawood knob.