Hello, Another gear related question. I'm currently saving up for a precision bass (got a way to go yet, but with this "stay at home" situation I've had some time to research) and was wondering what the best series available is. By series I mean line, so Vintera, Classic 50s, American Original etc etc. I am interested in pure Ps rather than PJs and passive rather than active. I'm also mostly looking at new as you don't get much choice in the way of second-hand basses where I live (although I will of course keep an eye out just in case). And finally, I quite like the 50s style chunky maple necks, so those I'd give those a slight edge. I only want to spend the extra on an American bass if it's really worth it. If I can get an equally great sounding and durable Mexican P-Bass, I'd gladly save the money. I'm considering the following: - Vintera 50s - Classic 50s - Roadworn 50s - Player - American Original - American Professional I believe some of those aren't being produced anymore, but there are a few online shops which still sell them here. Are the Vintera basses as good as the Classic 50s and Roadworn 50s basses in terms of sound and build? They are easier to come by and slightly cheaper which is a plus.