So I bought a bass earlier this year online. The store I bought it from listed it as a maple/bubinga neck and ash body, with rosewood fingerboard. What I actually got was a maple/walnut neck and mahogany body, with a panga panga fingerboard. Literally all the wood, but the maple in the neck was misrepresented. I found this out because I noticed the specs changed on the manufacturers website, so I did some looking into my serial number and found it was what was currently on the manufacturers website. I looked and the retailer is still listing what I thought I had bought. I called them up and they said they would let me return it and exchange for what I thought I had bought. My thinking is they are going to end up sending me the exact same thing I have now. So what do y'all think? Is it worth going through the trouble and hoping for the wood I thought I was getting? I shopped around for awhile, and part of the reason I chose this bass was the wood. The part I'm most disappointed in is the bubinga being replaced by walnut. Thoughts?