I was thinking about how people describe a "Roscoe B" or similar characteristics they feel are inherent to the company. But do you think there's something that makes a Sadowsky sound different than an Celinder? Say you take three buiders who have fairly similar body styles and builds: MTD, F Bass, and Roscoe. Let's give them all the same type of body, neck, and fingerboard woods, scale length, and give them all the same electronics and pickup packages. Naturally occuring differences in the tone of one piece of swamp ash compared to another and so on not withstanding, do you think they would retain a signature sound, or do you think that the sound merely comes from the sum of its parts and the basses would all sound very similar? Or do you think builders select and handle the woods differently enough so their tone would be quite different from the next? Would that Roscoe B be on the F Bass or the MTD as well? Ideas? Opinions?