Howdy? I've been looking at a lot of footage and photos of ZZ Top lately. I have been a big fan for years. Dusty is one of my hero's for sure, the whole band is. So on many of Dusty's basses the headstock is upside down, I always noticed this but never really considered why, besides looking cool. Is there any advantage to this? Are there different stings to use as the bottom string is now the longest? Or is it just a cool vintage look thing? Thanks!