It was on the Saturday Early Show(CBS I think), it was an upbeat contemporary jazz band. It was shaped like a 4-string Sting Ray complete with the egg-shaped pickguard. The pickups included a MM and a Jazz at the neck, both had covers to hide the magnetic poles. The pickguard was black, so you could barely see the pickups and the body was yellow. The thing is, it was a 5-string bass. It appeared to have a Fender Deluxe 5 neck, the ones with the bar instead of the string-tree and it had 4 tuners up top and only one at the bottom. Also the control plate was quite different looking, it had much smaller knobs, and totally got rid of the metal plate. Was much more compact in the area. The sound was unbelieveable...I'm guessing he used the standard EB preamp, cuz it sounded exactly like Sting Ray, but with just more bass, which I'm guessing is from the j p/u. When I was flipping channels, before I even saw the bass player, I knew it was a Sting Ray...then I looked at, and I was ***, 5-string with egg-shape pg. Thats my new dream bass....was totally cool. Sounded amazing.