I have a Washburn Lyon WB-10B bass. It's a 4 string Precision clone with a maple/maple neck. The build quality is better than a Squier, but not quite a real Fender. It's decently heavy, but nothing too burdensome. The thing cost ~$250 back in 1994. It's lasted me a surprisingly long amount of time and people give me compliments about my sound and playing, so it must not be junk, right? Anyway, it occurred to me that I don't know what kind of wood it's made out of. I haven't been able to find any kind of information on it using Google. Anybody else have one of these? Maybe my beginner bass could become a kickass P with a pickup, neck, and bridge change? I might just do it if it's an Alder or Ash body, but if it's poplar or something lower on the food chain, I'm not going to bother.