I was 15 and working at my local music store when Peavey brought out the Cirrus bass. Even at that age I knew that Peavey wasn't a high quality name so I fluffed it off as a poor attempt to make a bass that someone would actually want to play. I remember I didn't dislike it, it just didn't "wow" me, (and it didn't say Fender!). Now, almost double that age, I find myself digging deeper into the quest for tone and just to have nice gear. I have owned many nice basses from American Deluxe Fender Jazzes to P-Basses, to Musicman Bongo's and much more so I know what a quality instrument feels like. Recently, my mind keeps wandering to the Peavey Cirrus, I have played a new one and it doesn't have the same feel as the first run. I can't tell if I'm just getting nostalgic or there really was something special about the early Cirrus'. If anyone can shed any light on this I would be very greatful. -Chris G "Keep the rock in your socks."