Hey bass dudes, I'm looking for an interesting short scale bass to replace the Peavey Foundation I'm selling (a great bass, but the 35" scale is a bit too long for me). In my search, I came across a used Hagstrom HB-4. However, I can't find much info on it, as far as user experience, quality, tone, etc. Can anyone with some experience with this bass provide some insight into the instrument for me? How are the pickups, electronics, build quality, playbility, etc? What is the tone like? Any problems with the bass? Would you recommend it? I'm hoping to get a thick, sweet, creamy, fat, vintage-like tone (with flatwounds) or a thick, bright tone with rounds and some overdrive. Think this bass can do it? I like the unique look of the bass, the short scale, and the fact that it has twin humbuckers. Other basses I'm considering are a few 1980s Matsumoku Arias (CSB-380, TSB-350) and an Ibanez Artcore. If anyone can provide insight on any of these other basses, I'd appreciate that too! Thanks guys!