Great cheap P-bass. This is a Peavey Milestone II from their "international series" which I guess means it was made in Korea or somewhere else other than the USA. The neck on this bass is very nice, really feels great in the hand, and it has very little fret wear. It's also pretty lightweight for a precision. That's probably an indication that the body is laminate, which I believe was the case with these. The finish is in good condition, and the pickguard is starting to yellow just a little, which gives it a nice vintage look. It sounds like a P-bass should. The weird thing about this bass is that if you turn the tone knob all the way up, there's no sound. If you back it off just a little, you get full sound and the tone knob works normally all the rest of the way through its rotation. I don't know whether someone did this intentionally or not, but it makes a nice convenient kill switch if you want to do the stutter thing. This is the perfect bar warrior - you won't worry about it being stolen or scratched, and the neck is nice enough that you'll enjoy playing it as much as your more expensive basses. It's a sort of jazz-style neck but a little chunky on the back side. $200, add a little extra for shipping if you're out west.