Well, if you've seen my posts, you know i'm a sucker for beaten up basses / relics. First thing! I saw it on the wall, when I walked in. This store usually has crappy ibanez basses ( like the really low end ones) and other 100-200 dollar basses. THEN THIS NASH JAZZ BASS WAS SITTING THERE. I wasn't expecting it. So i took it down, plugged it through some bizarre ampeg amp, which has like like...2x8 speakers and another cute little ampeg head. Anyway, about the bass. Didn't weigh a ton. It's a feather compared to my Conklin, but a tank compared to my squier. So it was a decent balance. I found the control knobs a little stiff. Maybe it's part of the relicing process, but maybe it would just take a little lovin to get moving. The pickups felt weird. I play over the bridge pickup, and my fingers kept hitting the pole pieces. But, hopefully they're adjustable. The neck was a bit chunky for my liking. But, it'd be something I could get used to. The tone was great. I could get a good slap tone, I could dial in a good jaco tone, and a really warm fingerstyle tone as well. Only thing, this amp was a bit wonky. I had the bass at 10 to get a decent tone out of it. I'm seriously considering purchasing this. It's $1,400. Is that a good deal for a new Nash? Anyway, I'll let you guys know more about it when the time comes!!