I've been reading the posts here for quite a while, but only started posting recently. This is a great forum, and I'm amazed at the breadth of knowledge here. I was wondering if anyone happened to know about this rather obscure bass--a search of the past posts turned up that a few people had these and liked them, but I'm looking for some more information. I have a Washburn Bantam headless bass that I bought in 1986 as my first bass. It's one of the early Steinberger copies with two passive humbuckers and the very small body. It's been my backup bass since the early 90's--I love the neck, and I'm too sentimentally attached to it to ever put it away for good. It's taken some serious abuse, and I just re-wired it and replaced the pots, cap, and input jack. I've never had much information on the bass--I don't even know the model number. I've tried for the last two months to get someone at Washburn to give me any information at all on it, but my emails get no response and the phone calls go nowhere. It's really starting to tick me off . . . Anyway, I was wondering if anyone out there knew any information about this bass. I'd love to know the model number, years of production, what type of wood it is made of, who made the pickups, factory set-up specs, country of origin, whether Steinberger parts (bridge and tailpiece) would fit or if there are any replacements that would--any information at all would be great. Thanks!