I've been playing a Roscoe LG-3005 (swamp ash body/burl top, rosewood fingerboard) with Barts and Bart preamp for 15 years as my only bass, and I am looking to add a jazz bass to the mix. I am considering a Roscoe SKB with JJ pickups, but I am also interested in the following basses: Sadowsky MV5 with single coil pickups Nordy VJ5 (ash body/maple board) with either NJ5 single coils or NJ5fs split coil pickups in 60s position, 2-band preamp Lakland 55-60 (USA) I may be able to play a Sadowsky, but it is unlikely that I will be able to play all of the above basses. Can anyone comment on what kinds of things I would notice playing any of these compared to the Roscoe? I already know about the scale length for the Sadowsky (34") and Nordy (34") and # of frets, but I am interested in other impressions - playability of the neck, stability of the neck, tone, etc. I've done a ton of searching here and have learned a lot, but it also helps to hear from people who have played the Roscoe and one or more of the above basses. I am strictly a fingerstyle player with no slapping. Genre is contemporary Christian, country, and pop. Thanks for any input!