I've got a 1970s Memphis P Bass Copy. I'll post a photo later but it basically appears to be this model exactly - Memphis Precision Bass Copy Late-70's White RARE color It's super heavy, the pickups sounds good and the neck is pretty nice feeling. Aesthetically a 3 or so and needs work. Could use a new bridge (bridge works but adjuster screws are wonky/stripped), needs a new pick guard, the one on there was clearly "custom" and is hacked to hell. The olympic white is nice and faded. With some buffing and new tort pickguard it could look like a really nice vintage road-worn bass! There is no indication of where it was made or when, but based on what I've read it seems like one of the "good ones" from Japan in the 1970s. I would just go ahead and make the necessary improvements but I cannot for the life of me get the thing to intonate properly! Specifically, notes keep going sharp between frets 1 and 7, especially on the E and A strings. I've adjusted the truss rod and string height a lot and can't find the sweet spot. I tried fresh strings too. I am starting to think it's an issue with the frets or neck possibly being warped. This thing has been passed around friends for over 10 years at this point, I can't for sure say it's been treated well or stored in the best of places. I am pretty sure if I were to take it to my local shop they would laugh at me. Then they would probably say it needs a fret dress and perhaps even heat treat the neck to straighten it out. And a new bridge. That would cost me like 500-700 to have them do it. And then I'd still have to replace the pickguard to have it look like it's worth it. This thing ain't worth that much to me. Anyone else have any recommendations for how to get the thing sounding right for cheap. Is there anything basic I might have overlooked? I can do pretty much everything except dress frets, replace a nut, and heat treat a neck haha. Thank you.