This highly photogenic monster is a Warwick Thumb. It's a Limited model from 2006 called a Dirty Blonde. Don't let the looks fool you, it's great for metal and heavy music, and has a sound that's reminiscent of a Rickenbacker/P Bass hybrid. Turn on some distortion and you'll belt out some Motörhead like nobody's business. The wood selection on this bass is very unique. The fretboard is made from tigerstripe Ebony, which is normally a deep, rich brown with dark brown striping. This one features a stripe that's nearly as light as the poplar top, going right down the middle like a sunbeam. The bridge is (basically) new, as the previous one was gold and didn't do much for the aesthetic for me. The big humbucker by the bridge features a push-pull coil-tap to run in series or single coil (activating the side closest to the bridge). It's also a push pull active EQ/passive bass. I'm looking to make a trade for a bass of similar value, or to sell it outright. I'm fond of Warwick, and if you have an Ovangkol Thumb (4 string), or a Streamer stage # it'll be most strongly considered. Other warwicks are strong options. Other than that I'm deeply fond of Sandberg, Zon, the occasional Spector, and any other interesting pieces. If the trade is of exceptional value or quality I will consider cash+trade, but I know what this bass is worth to collectors. It's in decent condition, truss rod works, bridge is fine. It has natural work-polish (the satin finish becomes shiny in areas where it is rubbed during play- this is natural), as well as a bump here and there. Nothing sticks out, and the natural Burl finish helps keep everything nice and smooth looking. It is a decade old and I'm not the first owner, after all. Comes with certificate of authenticity! Offers!