I'd been looking for an inexpensive bass to use as backup on gigs and came across this used Peavey Fury for only $200 Canadian. It's Peavey's version of a P bass. According to Wikipedia, the serial number dates it to 1987, making it the oldest bass I own. It's well made and plays great. Unfortunately, the previous owner(s) didn't take care of it very well but it's held up over the years. There are all kinds of dings and the head stock looks like something has been chewing on it. If you like relicing, this is your baby! The frets are in good shape though and I was able to lower the action without any buzzing. I'm going to fiddle with the truss rod once I find the right tool. The notes ring out nicely and it's got that P bass sound. The tone control seems to make very little change in the sound. I dont know if that's normal for this particular bass or if a previous owner messed with the electronics. I wanted a beater that I could just throw in the trunk and not worry about and I wound up with a quality instrument. Hats off to Peavey!