Whether you've owned them, or not..what's your favorite? And if you feel like sharing, tell us why... Alembic Distilliate: This thing goes far beyond all bass designs. Plus, I'm a bit OCD with neck straightness. Fender Jazz Plus/Ash body: I like how it feels Fender. What's best about this thing is the sound when in passive mode. Take one to a blues gig to find out. Rickenbacker 4001-4003: I don't care for any of the hardware/electronics they use, but the lack of deadspots and the way you can actually play chords on these is great. They look cool, too. Ibanez RD707: These just look so cool. I hope they're reissued out of Japan with the same care and craftsmanship. Any Fender Precision or Jazz made of Ash: I'd rather have a new piece of Ash than an Alder piece from a '64 Jazz. It's the resonance. And, of course old Ash sounds even better. Gibson EB/SG..particularly the one's with just one huge pickup at the neck: I can haul ass on these things. Warm tone, sustain. The one's from the 70's with the muddy finishes are the best.