I walked in, and there she was. Beautiful! It wasen't for sale, just in for a bit of fixing. It was the owners. I'm in there alot, so he let me give her a go. I clutched my hand around her neck and gave her a quick thwap. It felt amazing, even standing up. So I sat down, laid her on my knee and slapped her a bit. I ran my fingers across her, but I prefered slapping. Now, she was blonde, and was wearing black. She had a bit of a Teal look to her. She looked, and felt incredible. I fell in love. It was a Teal-ish Musicman 4 with a Black pickguard and maple neck/fingerboard with a 3EQ. (Volume, Bass, Mid, Treble). This was the best bass i've ever played for slapping. I wasen't too fussy on how it sounded fingerstyle, but I didn't mess around with the amp. I was blown away with the versitility of this bass. It could go from a beautiful Jaco-esque tone near the bridge, right to the sound of a fretless when I played over the neck. Then the tone COMPLETELY changed when I played some Miller or Wooten. I played one before, looked great. Natural Finish. But I hated the size of the frets. It was like I was playng a scalloped bass. ugh. But this had Medium Frets. I loved it. He said it was 1800 Canadian. That's too much for me right now, but i think i'm going to save up!