Hey all, I have had quite a few basses over the years, and I was wondering which one's were more vintage or modern, so I decided to do a list. Please note that this is not meant to turn into some kind of 'vintage VS modern - which is better' topic However, there are many basses I haven't tried, so please feel free to post your take on a list including brands like Roscoe, Alembic, Lull, Modulus, etc. And to comment on my list, of course. I guess it's a very subjective topic - what I find vintage sounding/feeling, may be a whole different story to the next bassist OK, here goes - from vintage to modern, IMO: - Fender - Musicman (SR/Sabre) - Celinder (Update/Vintage series) - Atelier Z - Alleva Coppolo - Lakland - Sandberg - Sadowsky (not 'Modern 24') - Traben - Celinder (Custom) - Mørch - Yamaha (TRB) - MTD - Ken Smith I also have Rob Allen Mouse, but that is hard to compare in this context. It's a modern sound, of course, but completely different from other modern basses, such as MTD and Ken Smith. ...so how about: G&L, Sadowsky (modern 24), Musican (Bongo), Roscoe, Zon, Fodera, Lull, Dingwall, Benavente, Nordstrand/Nordy, Elrick, Steinberger, Conklin, Alembic, Modulus, Warwick, etc., etc...? How vintage/moders are they IYO?