I love being able to start threads like these. Earlier today I made a quick trip to San Francisco (sorry SF TBers, I was only in town for 30 min.) and came home with a new bass I won from eBay. it's a Fender clone, a brand name I never heard of before, Cahuenga. An internet search led me no where. But for only $55 and 2 hours of my life, I'm very satisfied. As you can tell from the pic, it's a P bass, sunburst finish. The headstock and the back of the neck are also finished in sunburst, which I found odd. It's actually pretty old, and has the vintage feel to it. I'm guessing it is from the late 70's or early 80's. I can't find a serial number anywhere on the body, and I haven't taken the neck off yet to check there. The tone is monstrous! I plugged it in after bypassing the pots, which need replacing, and WOW! It sounds phenomenal. Very thunderous tone! Why this guy was letting it go for $55, when all it needs is an hour of work is beyond me. This is the pic I stole from eBay, I'll get better pics of it later on.