After reading the <a href="http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?threadid=19113"><font color=blue>"Which pickups does Sadowsky use?"</font></a> thread, I deceided to bring my Warmoth Sadowsky "Wanna-B"... <a href="http://albums.photopoint.com/j/AlbumIndex?u=1174383&a=12990770"><img src="http://www.photopoint.com/images/pplogo3.gif" width="88" height="31" border="0" alt=""></a> ...with me & visit the Sadowsky shop. Talk about a glutton for punishment!!!!! I have to abmit that out of the basses I currently own, the Warmoth is the best feeling & playing bass I own. I was kind of nervous bringing that bass cause I cut the headstock to kinda look like his, but he was real nice about it. Well, let me tell you something. When I first built the "Wanna-B" (as I call it) I posted that it reminded me of a Sawowsky's bass. WELL, I thinks it's time Nino get's a new bass. He had a fretless 24 fret 5, a vintage 5 & a 21 fret 5. Man oh man. I was in AWE. All three bass were PERFECT!!!!! I am considering selling 2 of my USA Spectors, the blue stain NS-4 & natural NS-5. (email@example.com for any offers) What I need to do is when he has a fretted 24 fret 5 in stock, I need to re-string my "Wanna-B" & my NS-5 (if I still have it) & bring them both there for a real trial!!!! I have a feeling I will like the Sadowsky better. Well, I'm REALLLLL LATE for band pratice, so I'll check back in a few hours!!!!!