No pics yet, am not home... Yes, know that's a pain, will take & post pics when I get back home. Anyway, found this neat 4-string P-bass-ish bass in a pawn shop, custom paint job, deep blue with swirling winds kind of thing, looks like a hand pointing a finger upwards on there also. Offset Neck pickup, straight tail pickup. Standard Pbass Pick Guard. Black Skull knob, then a 3-position switch, then another black skull knob. Headstock has a funky inletted 4-point star in a circle... fretboard has a bunch of inletted skulls in mother of pearl... Tail-side guitar strap mount is also a small black skull. Neck is a screw-in, with a chrome back plate. Wish the action was a bit higher, but overall, it'll do No markings, numbers, MFR name, nothing... I'm trying to figure out the Knob, Switch, Knob thing... haven't found another P-bass with that configuration yet. Don't know if the thing is some highschool/college homebuild, which the guy did alright on, or a stripped & painted standard P-bass which some unknown company made... Front/neck knob seems to be volume, rear/tail seems to be tone? No freaking clue what the switch does, as it only seems to reduce the sound from wide open, to slightly muted, to muted a lot. For $80, I'm happy with the sound it! Just have to figure out what the heck everything does, or is supposed to do, and if it's a MFR'd P-bass-type, or a home-build. At the moment, it's put everything on max, and pluck away...which sounds the best so far. Any other settings sound rather dull and not shiny...if you get my drift.