This bass was built by one of the luthiers at Lull. He built the bass for himself, then sold it. So all the woods were hand picked. Bass is super light. I have had this bass for 3+ years. It has done me very well gigging and recording. But it's time to let her go. Asking $1250 + $40 shipping. About the bass... PHOTOS HERE: http://s182.photobucket.com/albums/x81/thedroogstars/ I bought it via TB 3 years ago. It has Seymour Duncan Antiquity pickups. Right now, she is 100% passive with concentric stacked knob electronics like the early J basses. The bass comes with the standard issue Bartolini active/passive electronics (with plate). Buyer gets both with this bass. Serial number is 405. The color is unique, a dark teal. I haven't seen a Lull like this. Also, the board is some kind of rosewood with super nice grains. Matching headstock. The neck is the best J bass neck I have ever played. There are few chips on the paint. 3 small dings on the headstock. One on the front of the body, one on the back. Again, i gigged this bass all the time over the past 3 years so she has been used. But by no means abused. Bass comes with a Lull gig bag. PHOTOS HERE http://s182.photobucket.com/albums/x81/thedroogstars/ I am in Chicago, in case anyone wants to pick it up in person.