I had to do a bit of a road trip today, and thought I'd hit a few pawn shops along the way to look for an acoustic bass guitar. One of the shops had a very interesting Yamaha Pacifica Tele for an absurdly low price, but I only gave it a partial once-over (since it wasn't really on my shopping list,) and now I'm wondering if I goofed in not grabbing it. Here's what I remember: translucent blonde or butterscotch finish with some woodgrain showing through, but not as pronounced as the Mike Stern models I've seen. The body was bound, which caught my eye initially, and it had a maple fretboard. I know it had a humbucker with visible pole pieces in the neck position, but it wasn't marked with a name (also rules out the MS version if the pickups are original I think.) It's all downhill from here unfortunately, I can't remember if it had a pickguard or what the control layout was (I think there was a traditional control plate, but not sure, and I didn't mess with the controls at all, so no idea if there was a coil tap pot, etc.) I'm pretty sure it had a full size twin rail style humbucker at the bridge (also unbranded,) and a small non-tele style bridge, but my memory of that is unclear. I noticed that the pickups didn't match and wondered if it had been modified, but there weren't any outward signs of that - there were no plugged holes from a standard tele bridge, etc. All signs point to a PAC311MS, but I've never seen one with a humbucker at the bridge, and I'm fairly sure it wasn't a 120. I'm thinking about finding an excuse to go back and get it, but it's two hours away. The acoustic bass I was planning to pick up later down the road turned out to be too beat up. Does anyone know which Pacifica I was looking at?