Hey all, There have been a few posts here before about people buying a poorly made double bass for cheap then dumping more money on it for setup and then wishing they spent that money instead on a better bass in the first place. I'm wondering if the reverse is true and if there are people who wish they hadn't spent so much money on a particular double bass, but rather wished they bought something for less money which better suited them and their needs. Possible reasons could be Buyer later came across the same kind of bass for way cheaper than Buyer paid for it. Or Buyer met a friend with a bass that sounded great and played great but paid way less than Buyer did. Or maybe Buyer never played the bass much and sold it later for a huge loss. Or Buyer 'upgraded' his old double bass to a new one that was supposed to be better and did cost a lot more, but once amplified and placed in a full band, they both sounded the same. (or the less expensive one sounded better) Or Buyer paid a lot for a fragile bass and then had to keep spending on repairs and upkeep, while before Buyer had a less expensive but more durable bass and just kept busy playing music. Or simply the extra money spent, never translated in extra joy or extra income. Any stories?