Hi everyone! I scored this sweet fretless Lightwave Saber C on eBay just a few weeks ago, but only now got around to posting some pics. My impressions of the bass so far have been very positive. The swamp ash body is suprisinly light (probably due to the huge control cavity needed to house some circuitboards that look like they belong more in a computer than in a bass) and the neck profile is thicker/rounder than what I am used to, but it is a breeze to play. It came with nickel roundwounds but I swapped them out for Fender nylon tapewounds, and the only other modification that I made was to put on a thumbrest. As far as tone goes, this thing sings. It is very clear/brilliant sounding but doesn't lose the low end. Harmonics ring out like a bell too, and with the tapewounds, the bass has a very thumpy mwah sound. The only gripes I have about this bass so far is that to adjust the action and intonation, you pretty much have to take off the string. Other than that, the only other complaint that I have is that the volume of the bass when you flip the switch to the "cool" setting (equivalent to soloing the bride pickup), is about 25% louder than when in the "warm" position. Maybe those who have a little more experience with Lightwaves can help me out on fixing/explaining that one. Its not a big problem by any means, but I can see it being a tad annoying for recording/gigging. Anyways, I'll get around to posting some sound clips when I can, but here are some pics to hold you over. Thanks guys, let me know what you think! -J.P.