I'm hoping to get some feedback from experienced P-bass players here. I recently bought my first in a Fender CS '58 Relic. Prior to this I've played J-basses and Musicmans almost exclusively. In general, I really love the tone of the bass...very George Porter esque. The feel is great, too. I've found, however, that it has a rather noticeable (to me at least) dead spot at Db and, to a lesser extent, D on the G-string. Now, I know that this is a somewhat common occurance with these basses. And I also know that, in the end, it will just come down to whether I can make it sound good. But marketwise, is this the kind of thing that will earn a P-bass the "lemon" or "dog" stigma? In other words, is this something to be avoided in most cases, or is it more of an accepted quirk with these basses? Edit: Please flip to page 3 on this thread to hear a brief sound clip that demonstrates how this sounds. Thanks!