1989 Aria Pro II ASB-60 Integra Series Neckthrough Bass (Black)
Listed in some catalogs as an IGB-60 (although some feature the ASB mark on the truss cover), this is a late 80's neckthrough bass from Aria Pro II's famous Integra series. Although it's unconfirmed, it's said that once the Matsumoku factory (that made most of the 70's and 80's Aria Pro II instruments) had closed they moved production to the Tokai factory in Hamamatsu, which would make sense as this bass is absolutely gorgeous!
Maple/walnut neckthrough construction with a 24 fret rosewood fingerboard (820mm scale length). Body has a nice compact feel about it and it weighs a very reasonable 3.6kg's. Passive PJ pickup loadout with a master volume/tone knob and 3-way selector.
Restrung and given a basic service prior to listing, has a few blemishes and signs of use but nothing major or structural. Frets were polished and are shiny with have plenty of life, neck is straight and smooth. Saddle adjustment screws are tight and corroded, should loosen with some WD-40 but they're set up fine as is.