I'm having a bit of a dilema...I used to have a 2007 Stingray 4H (alder with maple neck, 3 EQ), which I loved to play, but was never keen on the tone in all situations...it was a bit bright sometimes...I play in a classic rock band, with a broad selection of tunes. So I sold it and got a used 2011 American Precision Deluxe (active/passive, wine red over rosewood), which I like, however I don't like the feel as much as the 'Ray. So, I have an opportunity to trade the Precision Deluxe for a 2012 Honeyburst PDN Stingray 4H 3EQ (mint). I'm a little torn...I really like the Deluxe, but I kinda miss my Stingray sometimes, and I can't afford both. Will the mahogany body of the PDN tame the tone of the Stingray a bit? I find the deluxe a little too controlled sometimes, so I'm thinking that the mahogany body combined with the pao ferro fingerboard might warm up the 'Ray a bit, while still letting me take advantage of the Stingray growl when I want too. No to mention, the PDN looks like a work of art. As well, is it an even trade? Sorry for the diatribe, but any insight would be appreciated. Forgot to say that my rig is a GK 800RB with a Hartke 4200 Pro and 210 extension.