For the first time in a long time, I went to the GC in south side of St. Louis County. That story usually has pretty cool basses for a GC. Today, they had a nice Warrior with the skinny Bart soapbars. It had an ash body and a natural finish, it was very light and it played nicely although it did not blow me away sonically. The price was too high at $2,200+ for a bass with a very worn finish. I see they had a really nice MIM Seventies style Fender Jazz with natural finish, noiseless pickups and active electronics. It was a nice deal at $899, but I wish its strings weren't dead when I played it. I was really happy to see an American Standard Precision Five. This is the first one I have seen in the area. It was love at first sight! We all know that Precision tone works well 90% of the time. I love the plug and play aspect of P-basses. At $1349, the P5 is a steal if you have the dough. GC also had two killer two band SR5s. Man, I forgot just how much I love Stingrays! The string spacing is tight, but nothing funks like an SR5! Too bad they are over 2K now.