Today I'm going to do a quick shootout of my other two basses, both five-string fretlesses. Both are neck-thru models. On the left, we have the James Basses fretless, which features the following: Zebra/Wenge/Zebra neck Ebony fingerboard Solid Zebra body wings Aero dual-coil pickup, passive passive treble rolloff On the right, we have the Warrior Isabella fretless, with: Mahongany/Purpleheart/Neck Rosewood fingerboard Mahogany body wings with maple facings Bartolini J-style pickups Bartolini preamp Obviously, this isn't a very scientific comparison. We have several variables going in this shootout, but that's the way these basses line up. Still, I hope it will be useful for someone interested in either bass. Four, four bar riffs: low register, middle register, high register, and then a scale from the open low B up to the highest E on the fingerboard. The treble is rolled off about 40% on the James bass. On the Warrior, we're rolled towards the bridge pickup about 40%, with about a 3db boost at 800hz. Even with all of these variables, I hope that the personality of each instrument comes across.