Howdy folks! I have a 70s style Jazz Bass... it's made from parts (see here : NB(ody)D : another MIM FSR 70s Jazz Bass from 2018) and it looks and feel nearly as good as I could have gotten with parts. But sound wise I'm still lacking something... the tone is NOT as "full sounding" as I hoped. It's like with the tone full opened, it stops with high mids at best, in the high register, but the treble and high/clear zingyness/clankyness is lacking. It's not dull or dark, but it's not as "clair and opened" as I would love to! If you listen to that video comparing a 75 (ash body, rosewood fingerboard) and a 77 Jazz Bass (alder body, maple fingerboard), here... ... at the beginning, you can hear the 75, and then the 77, and you really can feel the difference in both tones. My own bass (ash body, maple fingerboard) currently sounds closer to the 77 in that video, but I would love to get the tone from the 75. I know that two instruments won't sound the same... but in electric instruments, it's not as evident as with pure acoustic things. I just went from a Squier soft maple body, one piece maple neck with painted black blocks and inlays, nickel vintage short frets, with original Squier pickups, to a Fender ash body, two piece maple neck with incrusted pearloid blocks and inlays, SS medium jumbo frets, and Fender 62 pickups, and guess what... with the same set of strings transfered to bass 1 to bass 2... the difference wasn't quite evident AT ALL: I transfered my control plate with pots from the Squier body to the Fender, and I'm quite sure that the "acting" on the tone from the pots and the cap is CLEARLY UNDERRATED. In order to try to achieve that tone, as I don't think the woods would make such a difference, and I also don't think Fender drastically changed their pickups from 75 to 77 (but I could be wrong? also, nothing is truly specified in the video if both basses are stock or if they have gone through modifications)... that's why I'm thinking to switch my 250k tone knob, to a B500k one. Any thoughts? Thanks!