T40 not much sound coming out the jack.. no frets.. wobbly fret board…Nice Ash body (but heavy)Nice headstock but bent tuner on the E stringInteresting defret and filler job… will put frets back inLove the grainWhen stripped down the back of the pickups were loose (held on with masking tape) this was repairedmasking tape was used to join wires! no wonder very little sound was getting to the outside worldAll strippedBody cleaned and bridge back together (all screws on the saddles needed straighteningPlastics cleaned upAll pots lubed up and original wiring schematic used (some great sounds can be had from a Peavey T40)Just waiting for the phase switch to come in then the wiring can be finished and the pickguard go back onElectrics finished except for the phase switchPhase switch ready to installAll electrics done and scratch plate screwed downWaiting for the neck to be finished!Nice metal nut to be reomovedNut outadjusting the truss rod to give a straight neckSanding down surface to give a 12.5 radiusfretboar reradiusedcutting new fret slots (removing plastic padding!)3 fret slots done!fret slots cleaned out and you can see the original tang marks still filled with filler nice 😉Frets levelled and crowned fun part taking off the making tapeNew truss rod cover made (original missingTesting out with the Trace Elliot Bass Amp Sweet!Restrung with the original flatwound strings as they were not significantly wornLove these controlsShe is one deep sounding bass heavy and strung with flat wounds seel! Nice Peavey T40 taken from a defretted no functional guitar into a great deep and solid bass it required a total rewire and neck re-radiused new frets and setup. Now sounding amazing! The customer is selling bass so if interested contact me.