So here's what I know. The frets are in amazing shape.
The action need to be adjusted, but it plays fine now (I like low action). It seems like the neck was replaced at some point.This neck has no serial number on it, and for some reason the fret markers are on the bottom side of the neck. Was it replaced with a Lefty neck? You can also see from the pics that the neck plate is slightly off kilter from the body. You can't tell when you play it. There is some finish chips around the neck pocket and the back control cavity plates.
The thumbscrew for the drop tuner was missing. It has been replaced with a correct thread allen screw which functions and will allow you to accurately tune the drop on it, but I guess it goes without saying that you won't be able to tune it on the fly. It comes in a Road Runner electric guitar case which fits a headless bass perfectly. Please let me know if you have questions. The item "Steinberger Q4 Electric Headless Bass Red with DB Bridge Drop-D Tuner with Case" is in sale since Saturday, February 23, 2019.This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Bass Guitars". The seller is "squeezykat" and is located in Mount Juliet, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.