What more can be said about these basses.
Awesome playing, awesome sounding and much more versatility in a one pickup bass than you would think.
There are two alternate holes for the strap pins on this bass.
The front strap pin has been moved to the upper horn and the rear strap pin was, at one time, moved about 2-3 inches above the original location.
The front strap pin on the upper horn is secured with epoxy on the inside of the body.
Drill a hole, inject epoxy, put tape over the hole so the epoxy does not run out when you put the bass, neck down so the epoxy stays where you want it, let the epoxy set up for a couple of minutes, put the screw with the strap pin on it through the hole and into the still soft epoxy.
The epoxy sets up and you have a very solid strap pin.
As far as trades go, it has to be 4 string, no sunburst, I don't like odd shapes, but I do like odd colors...sometimes.