Ok, I admit I have a problem with hoarding Palaediums. I have two others here and my third that is getting refinished will be here soon, so even I realize I don’t need four of them. I picked this up recently, cleaned it up, replaced the tuners with black Jacksons, the strap buttons with black Dunlops, and the knobs with black aluminum. (The originals will be included as well). I also got a nice Peavey case for it rather than the crappy gig bag it came with. * Alder body * Passive quad-coil humbuckers (Bartolini designed) * 34 in. scale * Thick Ebony fingerboard * Maple neck with dual graphite rods * Neck has a micro tilt mechanism to adjust the tilt of the neck at the heel * 1.5 nut width * Master Volume / Blend / Tone (w/ aluminum knobs) * This bass is extremely comfortable and weighs just 8 lbs. on my luggage scale. * Bass is in really nice shape for an almost 30 year old instrument. The finish has some swirling and only a couple dings worth noting and those are shown in the photos. I’m not usually a fan of natural basses, but this has some nice grain to it that looks sharp. These are getting harder and harder to find, and this one plays and sounds great. The neck is extremely comfortable and allows for nice low action. The electronics are dead quiet and has an amazing range or tones from an passive bass. Will ship in Peavey hardshell case. $535 shipped in the continental US.