So, a month or so ago I was trolling around the TB Classifieds and Bazz was selling a great five-string Warmoth for an absurdly good price, so I jumped on it, thinking I had a few bits around the workshop that I could use to upgrade it. Meanwhile, GW put Barney up for sale and I foamed at the mouth for a bit, but couldn't justify another bass. Now that Barney is back on the market and I'm finished the upgrades/refin of the 5-string, I'd like to see if I can sell one to make some money towards the other. I play mostly a 6-string fretless and I'd like to add a nice fretted counterpart. So...up for sale is my current Warmoth. Here are the details: *Maple neck with maple fingerboard, both finished in nitrocellulose laquer. *Alder Deluxe 5 body with some nice grain to it, finished in tung oil and wax. * Bartolini M4 dual-coil humbucker. *Schaller roller bridge, drilled for string-through or top load stringing. *Bartolini NTBT 2-band preamp *Controls are volume (with push pull coil tap-activates bridge-side coil only) and stacked bass/treble boost/cut. *Strung with new Fodera Stainless Steel Rounds. *Schaller tuners (hipshot ultralite shown in photos, but I'm making them optionsal for an extra $75)) *Fully shielded control cavity (just one of the things I added...) The best way I can describe the tone is clear and piano-like. I've also had some flats on here and it absolutely killed. I've added the preamp and the coil tap to give the single pickup configuration added versatility. I've also uilt a Willis-style ramp that I haven't attached yet that I'll include. I'm asking. Based on the parts and the work involved, I'm asking for $375 shipped, but by all, means make me an offer so I can get some money together to give Barney a new home. Thanks, J.