This is a repost. Pictures at http://webpages.charter.net/coolfront/bass4sale.htm It's an '86, white/tort/rosewood 4-string, a little beat but has the unmistakable Stingray bite. Neck is nice - plays great and has plenty of birdseye - I can play faster on it than on my Fenders. The neck is wider than a jazz but flatter from front to back - very comfortable for me. 2-band EQ gives huge bass and/or tons 'o treble when needed. The bad news for some will be that it has several bumps and bruises on the body. A few go through the finish. The white paint has also yellowed to a cream color. It looks cool and has a strong vintage vibe with the tort pickguard which I don't think is original. No playability or sound issues. This thing is really well-made. Hats off to EB on construction and materials. Too things to mention: 1) I superglued 2 small rubber "feet" on the pickguard for thumbrests. One was removed. The remaining one is close to the pickup. I zoomed in on this in one picture. The place where the one was removed is also shown in this picture. There is a small rough spot. 2) I use a small metal shim between the bridge saddle of the G and D strings to position the G string over the center of the pole pieces. It makes the G string slightly louder. It is easily removed without a trace. I took quite a few pictures because of the cosmetic issues. Most of the little dings didn't show up very well. The original hardshell case is included. It's a sturdy tolex/board case with the leather (?) ends. There are some small rips in the tolex and no stickers. I really like the case. It fits the bass perfectly and I won't separate the two. I don't have the keys for it. I'm asking $750 obo. I'm selling because after a long search I've realized that passive basses are better suited to my style. I thought about modifying this bass because it's so comfortable and plays so nice but I'd probably lose on that. I've owned it for 10 years and want it to go to someone who'll give it a good home. I'm looking for a rack preamp if anyone wants to offer one as partial trade. An EQ stompbox and a MIM jazz with alder/rosewood would also be of interest. Thanks for reading.