It's in the three color sunburst, which looks great and I really like the natural headstock. The tonal versatility is everything everyone says it is who owns one; just amazing. Nice tight B string, too! I also love the Jazz string spacing, so it's easy to slap on. One of the really cool things I've noticed after spending a couple of weeks with it now is how comfortable it is to play. It has a very comfortable body, very good balance, and the neck/fretboard is five string heaven! The comfort level is kinda surprising, just because it's kind of a big fella, but I have NO problems with fatigue, though doing my chromatic scale warmups across that extra string gets my forearms' attention Super solid instrument, got a great deal at BassNW, HAPPY guy! Five out of Five Stars. CLOSE runner up: EB Musicman Stingray 5, also EXCELLENT all around, just not quite as diverse tonally and I prefer the string spacing on the RB5. Still might like to get a Stingray 5 fretless down the road.