Pretty much mint Made in UK Lodestone (just a pair of tiny finish cracks on either side of the neck joint, as expected when you have a tight bolt-on neck). This is one of the early ones before they transferred production over to the Czech factory that makes Spectors. EMG J pickups, alder body, maple neck, dark rosewood board, custom boost-only 2-band preamp, dual volumes, awesome bridge, Dunlop Straplocks. 34" scale, nice solid low B that I've pummeled for two rehearsals and it sounds great.
Picked this up in trade a few weeks ago. Sounds great (very punchy and aggressive) and is almost as loud and resonant as my Kubicki. It plays great (low action), looks great, nice and balanced and lightweight, but the neck is just too damn big for my tiny little girl hands, as I've taken it to two rehearsals now and I just can't play it for long periods of time. It's a very nice profile (basically a P-bass C profile scaled up for an extra string) but reaching the lower strings with my extra-short pinky is quite uncomfortable.
Picked it up for the equivalent of $650, including gigbag and FretFX light strip installed by previous owner. Looking for either a cash sale close to that, or something trade-related. I hate to let it go because I really like it (especially so soon after picking it up), but my hands just don't agree with it
Pictures from the previous owner, because they're better than the ones I have tried to take:
That body is badass! \m/