... Well a Cort Curbow 6 string at Guitar Center, With the Bartolini PUP. WOW what a bass, Maple neck, I beleive the fretboard was ebony, but I wasnt paying much attention to that, Since I was too busy ing over how good it played, That thing was loud and proud. The neck was smooth, Thin and Much like a Jazz, It wasnt too wide at at the nut either(for 6er status) I'd say it was a litle more than 2 inches. It had a brown finish with a matching headstock. It didnt say it on on the GC card, So I dont know the exact name. The B wasnt muddy at all, And had a great sound to it. The highs were great too, Clear and bright. I didnt try the slap switch, But then again I'm not a huge fan of slapping(or that great at it, Especially on a 6) The action was a little high by my standards, But acceptable, Too high to do any tapping though. The bass was very playable, all over the neck. I give the the bass a 9 out of 10. The one point lacking because of finger placement. It if had a second Bart, or a finger rest just to the left of the original. It would be 10/10. When resting on the one pickup i felt like i was reaching too far, plus i dont like playing with my fingers that close to the bridge, Im not a fan of the sound you get when you play close to the bridge. The best part was the price, 299.99. Ive played much more expensive basses that didnt play as good as this. Hell this bass might even be my first 6er if Someone doesnt get it before I do. I hope no one does, But i have bad luck when it comes to these situations. Anyone here own a 4 string Cort Curbow, or a real Curbow? Long term ups/downs?