Has anyone else ever noticed that StingRays seem to be more picky about their setup than other basses? What I mean by this is that in order to achieve that classic, bright, and burpy StingRay snarl you have to setup the bass almost completely to EBMM specs. Any major variance from their stock setting and suddenly their sheen and growl goes away almost completely. I thought I was kind of nuts thinking this at first, but after owning 7-8 different Rays I can say that this definitely seems common place. I'm just curious if anyone else has noticed this about StingRays or any other basses out there. Do you find that a proper setup can make the difference between a bass sounding either amazing or just okay?