OK, so this one might flop. So be it if it does. Just wondering what everyone thinks about their basses. I played almost all of mine this morning for fun and because I had time. Didn't change the amp settings or cab I was playing through. Just wanted to see/hear the differences. It was fun. I haven't played a few of them for a long time. Amy was my Micro VR. Cab was my homebrew Traynor 215 w/ EV Force 15s. Epi T-Bird. Still meh. 8 months in and I still don't love this bass. Kinda bums me out. I've always wanted a T-Bird. Yamaha BB-800. E (D) string is dead (it's tuned to D standard). Needs some love. I always called this one the "Evil P" and the Evil P it remains. Such a dark P-bass tone. It's awesome. Love this bass but it needs a new string. Yamaha BB-1000. This was my player before I got my SB-2. The fat neck is great but... Just doesn't play like the SB-2. It's weird too... 1 model year and 200 more points (BB800 vs BB1000) and it doesn't have that dark quality of the 800. It's a little more tame. Still good, but tame... A little more Fender-like. Reverend Rumblefish XL. I'll probably start playing this bass again. It's awesome. I honestly forgot how awesome this bass is. It's been in a case for a while because I have this "collector" mentality about it and don't want to screw it up but screw it. It's an awesome bass. Really awesome. Huge tone. Awesome playability... And it looks cool. I really need to break this guy out again. Peavey Fury. It's my newest. Love the neck. Body is super light... So much so that it almost neck dives. Need to get used to the flats. First bass with flats and it's weird. We'll see. G&L L-2000. Crazy how much output this thing has on its passive setting. It's easily 1dB+ louder than all of my other basses. Sounds awesome too. Neck is thicker than I like, but I might pick this one up again too. Huge tone. G&L SB-2. It's awesome. My #1. Neck rules, tone rules... Not as "huge" sounding as my L-2000 and while it's kind of on par with the Reverend, the Reverend has a little more of something... Can't quite nail it down. That's all for now. It was a good morning.