DISCLAIMER: I know an acoustic DB would be better for arco and classical music, but I cannot get an acoustic DB due to severe noise restrictions for the foreseeable future. I really want to get an EUB to start learning to bow and play classical music on. Ideally, this EUB would have the following: - 41" to 42" scale. - completely unlined fingerboard, no dots or anything. - same neck specs as a DB (size, fingerboard radius, fingerboard length, where the neck connects to the body, etc.). - adjustable bridge. - stands on an end-pin, not a tripod. - has a balancing/support bar so it can lean against you while you're standing, but prevents the bass from spinning when you bow it. - solid body so that it is quieter unplugged than a hollowbody/chambered EUB. - piezo pickup(s). - somewhere in the neighbourhood of $1k (USD) +/- a few hundred. I know there's the Stagg and the Palatino, but I don't have good experience with Stagg as a company, and I don't like how much work is required to make the Palatino decent. There is the Warwick Triumph Lite which seems like it may fit my requirements really well, but I haven't seen any information on these in the last 2-3 years, and I cannot find any clips or reviews of anyone who has taken a bow to one of these. I'm sure there's a couple more that may work for me, but I don't know where else to look. I've read a bunch of threads, but most of the highly recommended ones are well above my budget, or as far as I can tell, have been discontinued. Anyone have any recommendations? Thanks.