Happy New Year! (at least it will be for somebody ) It's a new year and that means it's time to make some changes. This beauty hardly ever gets touched and it's a bass that deserves to be played, not sit in a case. I I can count on one hand the amount of times this was played last year, and that's embarrassing. Therefore, after months of back and forth on the subject, it's time to post. Here goes: $3200 Roscoe Century Signature 6 - #6330 Exhibition grade Redwood Burl top 3-piece Mahogany body w/Wenge center lamination Wenge Wedge neck w/Maple center lamination and Yellowheart stringers Diamondwood Nut Lined Fretless Birdseye Maple Diamondwood fingerboard Natural Oil finish Bartolini NTMB-F Classic Bart pickups Hardshell Case This bass was completed on Valentine's Day 2012 and since that time has been played on exactly one gig. The top is a wicked piece of redwood burl that has some really cool texture to with the knothole near the fingerboard and some small voids. It's in virtually mint condition with the exception of a small indentation near the input jack from some idiot who had something sticking out of his right pocket when he sat down to play one day. (Me ) I've taken a close-up of it so you can see. It's approximately 1 3/16" long and you can really only see it when you hold it in the light a certain way...but there's still a mark so it's not TOTALLY mint...but DARN close. It's currently strung with DR Sunbeams because I wanted to see how they sounded. I prefer Nickel Lo-Riders and can restring it with a new set if requested. Fun Fact: A full page photo of this bass appears in the October 2012 Bass Player magazine write-up about Keith and his shop (pages 18-19) . A copy stays in the case with the bass. Sound, tone, character...it's a Roscoe. If you don't know what that means, then you really should find your closest Roscoe dealer and find out. Or buy this beauty. I can tell you this...it has a PHAT bottom and it's awesome! No trades please.