So, after days of being pissed of with a purchase of a new laptop that, apparently due to security updates at my local university, will cost me another $120 to go wireless (as well as realizing it's not going to be used as much as I thought) I decided to bring it back. Now, I decided that my best choice here is to buy a backup bass guitar, something I've been needing for a while with gigs coming up soon. I currently have a Warwick Streamer LX 4 and I run it into an Eden WT800 and D-410XLT. I need something around the $1000 range and that will not compromise too much on sound for that price. I guess you could say a "workhorse". However, I'm limited to used options here. So I've come down to a few choices. Here we go: Fender Geddy Lee Sig. jazz bass (if I can get one) Lakland Skyline 44-01 (or 02) or 55-01 (or 02) G&L Tribute L-2500 Premium Whatcha think? Those are all I can think of right now. I hear the Geddy is a great bang for the buck though. By the way, I play in a rock band that is progressive at times. Variety of elements and genres mixed in the music. I need something that will complement my Warwick well enough. Something that is slightly different, but a good backup.