SOLD Anyone want this? I'd love to trade it for something a bit lighter. I got it a couple of months ago. Never been gigged. Smoke free house. Literally like brand new. Plastic still on the back cover. Trade value is ~$1100-$1200. What I'm interested in is: A 4 or 5 string bass - preferably boutique or uncommon; i.e. I'm not a Fender guy. Something vintage would be interesting, in particular a semi hollow (THIN) bass, and lastly it must be fretted. +/- cash for the right bass. Let's see what you got! [/URL][/IMG] [/URL][/IMG] [/URL][/IMG] [/URL][/IMG] [/URL][/IMG] [/URL][/IMG] [/URL][/IMG] [/URL][/IMG] Here are the details: The bass is in "like new" condition, with no signs of having been played. The bass is made in the USA - it is NOT the Tribute model which is made out of this country. The US model has a significant difference in quality and cost. 100% stock with a trans-blue finish, Ash body, 5 string C shaped hard rock maple neck with a 12" radius fingerboard and medium jumbo frets. This bass also has the optional upgrade of a natural wood cream colored binding on the body, which makes it a very classy looking bass! Scale length is 34", The nut measurement is 1 5/8" and the string spacing is 17mm at the bridge. Bass is equipped with G&L MFD L series hum bucking pickups, and triton active/passive tone controls. Weight is 9 pounds, 7.8 ounces on my digital scale. I do not believe it has the K switch. Original plush interior, Tolex exterior case is included. From G&L: G&L basses sound better because of Leo Fender's inovative bridge design and superb electonics. And, this extraordinary L2500 is certainly no exception. Not only is it one of the most beautiful five string basses you will find, but it plays like butter and kicks thunder like an ox. The combination of G&L's patented Saddle-Lock bridge and their quality Magnetic Field Design humbucking pickups produce fat, solid tones that are versatile enough to hang with vintage and modern sounds. No doubt, this bass wants to burst out!