When I first got my upright I knew there was some heavy rash on the back. I figured it to be from transporting it or something. Then today a guy I was jamming with said it was buckle rash. Now it is the right hieght and I can totally see the damage being done by a buckle but you would have to be standing directly behind the bass. Your belly to the back of the bass. Ever see anyone play like that? Any advantage to playing like that? I have been messing around playing behind it like that and noticed a few things. My left hand technique was alot better. And I dont know if this makes sense at all but my low end response seemed alot better. To explain a little better when playing in my regular stance I dont hear alot of low end. I do know the bass is throwing a ton of low end out in front both from me listing to someone else play and comments from others while I have played it. But as soon as I stand behind it the low end is massive to me as the player. Any ideal why?