So I decided to see how my 4 basses sounded when playing the same song. I recorded myself playing for about a minute to Lettsanity by Lettuce. (If you don't know them, shame on you.) I just thought I would put it up here because people are always wanting to know how different basses sound. I know my playing isn't perfect, but it's a fun tune to jam with. Some Notes: I bring the volume of the backing track down about 3db and gradually back up during each track to allow you to hear each bass a little better. I should confess that I am most comfortable on the Warrior, and least comfortable on the P with flats (flats are a new thing for me). The Players (Click to see pictures): Warrior Signature 4 - Ash Wings, Mahogany/Purpleheart Neck, Birdseye Maple Fretboard Peavey Cirrus 4 USA - Walnut Top, Walnut Wings, Walnut/Maple Neck, Rosewood Board Fender American Standard Jazz 2001 - Ash Body, Maple Board Fender Mexican P Bass - Alder (?) Body, Rosewood Board, New D'Addario Chromes flatwound Strings Ashdown Klystron Bass Magnifier 200 (Serial #13) - DI Out Lexicon Alpha Interface MacBook Pro - Garage Band. Nothing added. Warrior Cirrus Jazz P-Bass Feel free to share which one you think sounds better for this tune. My band will likely add this to our setlist, so it would be good to know which bass you think works best for this tune.