I've been having a bad case of GAS lately and my doctor said to stop eating so much mexican food. But I don't see how that has anything to do with basses, so let me ask you kind folks. I'm looking for a bit of a growler, a fretted 5er. I've got a 4 string fretted and a 4 and a 5 string fretless, and I love all of them, but they're missing a certain spiciness I've been craving since I was a fledgling 4-string player. Ever since I heard Tool way back when I admired that growly, chugging tone Chancellor has. Now I hear it everywhere; Yes with the Ricky, Pantera with the Spector... Obviously none of those basses are going to be in my price range, at least for the next decade of my life, so I'm looking more along the sub $800, used range. Some likely candidates include (all 5 string variants): Warwick Rockbass Double Buck (I got to try one of these out, and I'm 100% on board, but open to others since it's a little bit hard to find them used for a good price right now) Peavey Cirrus (BXP or not, unsure if it matters but BXP seems to be way cheaper) Peavey TL-Five Anybody find any others that fit the bill, or one of the ones above? Or do you know any way I can find some of these basses to try out?