Hey Berklee Bass Department! I have a question about auditioning as a bass principal. I play both the electric bass and upright bass. While I have more chops on the electric bass in general, I also love playing the upright. Going through the audition flow, I was thinking that maybe I could do my prepared piece and improvise on the electric and then switch to the upright for the 12-bar blues. While I think my desire to play both electric and upright influences my ability to be a positive addition to Berklee, I'm not sure if the group here feels like the instrument switch would be a distraction since there is already so little time to show you all what I can do during the 15 minutes or so that I'll have to play for you all. So all in all, should I stick with just the electric for my audition? Or try to find a way to work in the upright? If so, does the 12-bar blues happen consistently enough in auditions for me to rely on it as a vehicle to exhibit competency on the upright? Any feedback would be appreciated, thanks y'all.