A beautiful Bossa BUS6 string that's just a real piece of craftwork. I believe these started at around $3,000 when they were new. Bossa was the brand of Japanese luthier Toshio Setozaki who I believe left the Japanese brand Tone to start Bossa. He no longer builds and I *think* the BUS6 was his last design, a designed-six from the ground up that sounds, plays and sits beautifully. Sound-wise, I'd describe it as a hi-fi. Very transparent and clear but warmer than my old MTD. Great slap machine. The top is a beautiful piece of bubinga, I believe, on an ash body. 18mm string spacing on an adjustable black Hipshot bridge and Gotoh tuners with a brass nut. 24 frets on a three-piece maple neck with a cocobolo board, with beautiful abalone fret markers. Weighs in at 9.9oz and ships with a high-quality Gator softshell. I believe this very bass can be heard in this video: Trade interests: fretless 5 (or possibly 6 with 18mm spacing or less). If you think you have something really enticing though, don't hesitate to try me. Buyer pays insured shipping, though local pickup is doable as well.