Kee-riminy! This has got to be the heaviest bass I've ever felt! A buddy brought a garage sale bass over for me the check out - a solid body P-style Ovation from about 1982 as far as I can figger. Age-amber'd White and Maple with that oogee type edge on it, partially around the periphery of the body and the bottom side of the headstock. The bass got some water damage and it's got a little clear coat cracked on the head and neck, not to mention the fingerboard is surface cracked, but not the wood underneath One p'ups is missing - and interestingly it has a Series-Parallel toggle switch and I guess the other p'up had the same wiring as the one survivor. Plywood body for sure, but the bouts don't have any seams showing nor warpage at all. The neck's straight, although some water damage. Schaller tuners and a HM bridge that appears to be stock. It has a bullet truss screw too. Interesting. Anyone got any insight to this bass? Besides the fact that it weighs as much as two of my Fenders - and it [DEL]won't [/DEL]AIN'T gonna wind up in my choir - but I'll help him restore it. Oh yeah - he paid $1.00 for it. .