I appologize if this has been brought up before, but why do a lot of us (most or all of us?) have a habit of buying and selling basses on a frequent or semi-frequent basis? Why aren't we satisfied with the basses that we have? Why do we seem to constantly have G.A.S. for a new bass? I am definately guilty of this and have pondered this question lately. I presently have a 2012 Fender MIM Jazz Bass (Sunburst with a brown tort PG and a Leo Quan Bad Ass II bridge), a red 1988 Yamaha BB300, and a black (with white PG) 1996 Peavey U.S.A.-made Fury. I like all three of my basses; I really do! But I want to do one of two things to satisfy my current G.A.S.: 1. Sell the BB300 and the Fury and put that money towards a Fender MIM P-Bass, to "compliment" my Jazz Bass, since I've never had a Fender P-Bass (though the Fury is much like one) out of the fourteen basses I've owned in the past fifteen years. 2. Sell all three basses I currently have and put the cash towards a Fender Geddy Lee Jazz Bass. I used to have a black Geddy J Bass but sold it about six years ago because I got out of playing bass for a year or so. Out of all the basses that I've owned I really liked that bass the most, between the black block inlays and the binding, and how it felt, played, and sounded. But I know that if I sell the BB300 I'm going to miss it and eventually want another one. It's a great bass (plus I'm #104 in the Yamaha BB Club). The logical choice would be for me to forget about the G.A.S. crap and just be happy with the three basses that I have.