I've been lurking for a while watching people post pictures and reviews of their basses. I figured it was time to post my own. My first F Bass is a custom BN6 studio. A previous owner added some Alembic electronics in addition to the original Pe-EQ electronics. It is a versatile instrument. I can get anything from a P bass to upright. It sucks batteries like you wouldn't imagine, so I had an external power supply built I can plug in to AC 120. Its fairly light and plays great. I have yet to meet a sound engineer that doesn't like this bass. The second bass I bought is a BF6. In the picture, it looks black, but in bright light you can see its really a deep, dark green. Up close it is slightly translucent. This one is also special as it is neckthrough. The previous owner of this one put a Lindy Fralin PU in the bridge position and an aluminum bridge saddle. Killer mwah and sustain for days. My most recent acquisition is another BN6. This one has an ash body and maple/flame maple neck/fretboard. One serious funk machine here! Very different from the first BN6. They compliment each other very well. I think between these three basses, I can get about any sound I could imagine. The workmanship on each one is excellent. I know this probably seems like one big Infomercial for F Bass, but I don't work for George nor do I plan on selling these anytime soon. There are other high end builders out there I've tried. I keep coming back to these instruments. They're 'right' for me. If you get a chance, check one out. If anyone out there recognizes the first BN6, I am trying to find out who the original owner is. All I know is the bass was made about ten years ago and the owner was a session player in CA. Any leads would be appreciated. Thanks, Eric.