So, responding to a recent post, I indicated that between my sound settings, string choice, bass, technique, etc., I love that every now and then I get the metallic clang of the strings cutting through the mix. Could be on a lift off, hammering down too hard on the fretboard, striking a string too hard or at a funny angle...whatever, but I find it so satisfying when you're playing low and deep and you get the occasional clang. Not the buzz of fret contact and not something that happens too often, otherwise it starts to sound clanky, which is different and not at all what I'm talking about. Is it just me? Is it my poor technique that I've grown to appreciate over the years? I've heard it with other bassists often when playing faster lines and I love when I hear them do it as well. It's heavy and bright/punchy at the same time. Anyone share this love of the clang or am I about to get trolled and berated about how this sort of thing is a letdown to the bass community?