Well sometimes you CAN find steals in big box stores. Backstory: for a while I had a baby blue 90s Korean reissue of these that I regret letting go of. I posted an ad wanting it back, and there way a guy selling a Longhorn of the same finish for around $600 CAD but the issue; he was located across the opposite side of the Province. After a month of no luck, I took down the listing. Well lo and behold, Long and Mcquade out of all places had a Longhorn somebody traded in for their annual inventory blowout sale for $330 CAD! An hours wait before opening today, and it was mine!! All for 6 easy monthly payments! I had no idea what it looked like and it really exceeded my expectations. The most unexpected part, it actually came with a hard case! and an old Fender style one at that! Does anyone have more info on these fender hardcases (it looks older than the bass lol). Did I mention the FINISH? In terms of playability, I was surprised at the fretwork, no buzzing or dead spots up and down the neck. The only small issue is the intonation past the 12th, but with the of bridge what can you do? This time I'll wait before installing a new bridge, as I didn't like the tone much of the "adjustable" bridge, plus i'd have to redrill if I wanted a new bridge on it. It definitely looks like it was taken care of, as my old Dano had to be semi-rescued from a closet after I got it. The only small issues are classic of these basses: crummy acoustic guitar strap buttons where the top likes to come off, and lifting tape, and the bridge slightly banana-ing on itself. These don't bother me outside of the strap button, as it plays really well outta the get go, so no real tweaks are needed. It does have rounds on it, so a bucket list plan is to get some la-bella flats on it soon enough. For the weight-watchers out there, I was suprised this bass only weighs 5.6 lbs! To add, I want to add some quick n dirty sound clips of the bass. Here's a couple straight from my DAW from a Behringer UMC202, raw.