Up for grabs is my LowEnd Jazz fretless seven-string. I got it on TB in November of 2006. Although I cannot absolutely verify this, I believe it was built in the 2004-05 vicinity for Jorg Schroeder. When I got it, I was looking for a lifelong soulmate, and after trying and trying, there's something about it that just doesn't quite fit for me. This is not an issue about the bass itself--it's the best built and sounding bass that I have ever played, and it plays like butter, too--the neck isn't nearly as scary as it looks. Here are pictures, with and without flash (true color is closer to the flash). This bass is gorgeous; my photography doesn't do it justice. As you can see, it's in outstanding condition apart from one minor ding near the lower strap button and a small scratch on the back, less than an inch long (you can see it in the second picture under the left neckbolts). There is also a finish blemish near the control cavity. String wear on the fingerboard is basically non-existent. Specs Alder body with maple top Three piece maple neck Ebony fingerboard--lined, but the lines are rather dark, as the pictures Brass nut Hipshot hardware Currently strung with Carvin/LaBella flats Benavente pickups and 18v electronics 34" scale, spacing currently set around 17mm Surprisingly light 10 lbs., (on bathroom scale) Price Traded Don't hesitate to PM with any questions.