hmmm .. i've owned this ken lawrence fretless bass for a few months and been meaning to snap some pics and post them .. sorry .. my photo work isnt up to snuff but you can get a feel for this sweet bass .. it has great tone .. a 100+ year old mahogany body with a cedar top dropped onto a beautifully chambered body .. it is very light (like 7-8 pound range) and extremely resonant.. ken's work in its entirety is impeccable .. even the body carving/chambering inside the bass is prrrfect! it has a piezo and bassline pup and is very very versatile. it has an ebony bridge, board, nut, truss cover and ebony peghead facing that gives the illusion of fading into the eternity as your eye wanders up the board. the bridge is really a trip especially with the stylized tail piece. the "b" string is terrific, the scale is 35". i'm still adjusting without lines but the more i play the bass the less i have to look at my finger position .. it is sweet to play, my hand immediately falls into place on the neck and the body feels like your best honey hugging up against you. enjoy..