...a Douglas WEB-846 in Tribal Green! My Spectors have been sidelined for the last month or so since I picked up my 5-string Jazz Bass. I love the sound of single coil pups. Naturally, I wanted a 6-string with this type of configuration & here it is. Lightweight! Weighs approx. 9 lbs Flame Maple Top for a great look Dual cutaway basswood body is contoured and shaped for outstanding comfort Deep cutaways allow easy access to the entire fingerboard on this 34" scale bass 5-Bolt Hard Rock Maple Neck with adjustable truss rod Rosewood fingerboard with position markers on the side of the fingerboard only Two Active 2Jass Bass Pickups for great sound; easy change battery compartment Two band EQ plus volume and balance controls for lots of sound variation BB266 Bridge with String-Thru construction for lots of attack and sustain Width of the neck at the nut: 2 1/4" String spacing at the bridge 2 15/16" Overall length 46 1/2" Scale Length 34" Width at the widest point: 12 3/4", body thickness at the edge: 1 3/4" In addition, I picked up an alder 4-string jazz body & a jazz neck w/ reversed headstock, black binding, black clock inlays & maple fretboard. Think of it as a Geddy Lee style bass, but with a reversed headstock. I think the bass will be red. The attached pic is roughly what I think I'll do to it.