so when i had the opportunity i got my bass to be made with a 33" scale length and i think it has changed me forever. I realize 34" is just not for me, i want my next bass to be even shorter.. 32" or 30" depending on if i keep a low B or not. anyone ever feel that? what do you do then? i like my basses to be super light like at or under 8 pounds if i can choose and i think i like my basses headless too now (mostly) thanks to carvin for making the vader bass i think that might be my next move (maybe) but what other options do i even look at now? it is kind of sad that i was excited about getting a sire bass earlier but i think i won't dig it anymore. What do you even do, with the shortage of shorter scale basses in this world? I can't even think of anyone else except Maurizio Uber Basses (who built my current bass) or hand made basses in general who are known for making really high quality short scale basses, but planning a hand made bass always needs another level of $$ saved up which takes the fun out of the idea of getting cheaper fun instruments once in a while.. the scott whitley standard is another cool short scale bass that sounds nice. any other ideas? am spoilt i think! But if you decided to play basses with under 34" scale lengths, what would you be looking at?