'86 style. Leo era SB-1. Black body (wood unknown, suspect alder), black single ply pickguard. Has the black cast zinc bridge and tone lock screw. About 1.7" at the nut, and has that bi-cut neck, so it has no fingerboard; gloss neck finish and 21 frets that are all in great shape. Pretty light, but with enought weight to have some authority. Has some dings, love taps, and a couple chips of paint missing, but over all, in outstanding condition for a bass nearly as old as I am. The neck is perfect, though. So I really think it's about an 8 out of 10, you might not, but all things considered, it's marvelous. Sounds massive, and is generally hard to put down. This is pretty much my ideal 4 banger. And, of course since it doesn't exist unless there are pik-toors. Yes, there's some flash spots, but 1) I'm a terrible photographer, and 2) These are close enough and 3) I'm lazy.