Case is the blue-lined tolex that I believe were used on Fenders destined for Canada back in the day so it might be original.
The similarities are certainly there:
If you're thinking about moving up to a 6, you don't have to spend 4 paychecks to get a quality one.
The mode switch selects flat, standard, or tube-simulation overdrive sounds while the Drive and Volume knobs control the amount of effect and output level.
Guitar has all the good 66 features including flush ferrules, kluson tuners, transition logo, threaded saddles, and maple cap neck.
This bass hasn't seen much use and is in very clean shape, especially for nearly 30 years, with minimal scratches or gold wear.
Historically, Burns London, lingerie nasties in the 60's, was always thinking outside the box including this baby, perhaps the most evil looking bass I've ever had.
This bridge is tone enhancing, much like a Leo Quanis fully adjustable, and will last much longer than a vintage Jazz bridge and saddles.
It's in beautiful shape and has an excellent setup.
A full-featured multi-effect unit packed into a small package.