Fender American Deluxe Precision Bass V (5-String) 2004 model in Montego Black/Gold pickguard with Pau Ferro fretboard Molded Fender hard case $1,350 shipped/insured CONUS with PayPal Pics here - http://www.talkbass.com/threads/american-precision-v-deluxe.1147756/ I rarely see these posted for sale, especially with 4+1 tuners. Please don't confuse with the much more common 4 string. NO TRADES!!! I've owned both this and a 4 string of the same model for several years. I played probably 20-30 gigs on this in my old TX Country band. These days, the 4 is getting all the use with 90's alt rock band and my Roscoe has my 5 string needs met. Condition: A solid 8.5/10, with one ding on the front body near the bridge and one on the back of the headstock. Little bit of rash on the back (it's black after all). That's really about it. There may be a few other very minor things. EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW AND MORE... Body: Scale Length 34” Total weight (shipping scale) 10lb 1oz (tip... the metal knobs weigh like 6 oz. put on some plastic knobs and cut maybe 4 oz off) Montego Black (gold flakes in paint) Gold pickguard Contoured Heel for Easier Access to Upper Frets 5-Bolt Neck Plate Bridge Deluxe Chrome Plated 5-String Steel Bridge Plate (Strings-Thru-Body or Top Load) with Nickel Plated Brass Saddles Adjustable string spacing at the bridge, but call it 18mm Premium ash body Neck/Head: Maple, modern “C” shape neck, 9.5” Radius Width at Nut 1.875" Beautiful Pau Ferro fretboard with Abalone dot inlays Rolled Fingerboard Edges 22 medium jumbo frets Posiflex Graphite Neck Support Rods Two Hipshot String Trees 4 over 1 tuning machines Machine heads are Fender/Schaller Deluxe Lites Electronics: Precision and humbucker Jazz pups 18 Volt Power Supply Controls... 1)Controls Master Volume, 2)Pan Pot, 3-Band Active EQ with: 3)Treble Boost/Cut: +/- 10 db @ 8kHz, a shift in the cut frequency, and about a 2dB slope per octave. Bass Boost/Cut: +/- 12 db @ 40 Hz, with a 4dB slope per octave. 4)Mid Boost/Cut: +10dB, -15dB @ 500Hz, and a wide band slope.