The first bass I had was sold to me by my cousin. In a previous life it was a fender P but it had received a neck change (ESP). I soon wanted to mod it and got a luither to sand it down whereupon I found that the body had been dug out and filled with hard metal. Anyway, I've changed pups and bridge and it was not bad. Soon after I was lucky enough to get my hands of a 79 fender P which I love and will keep forever. I've also added a Yamaha TRB-6p, a Toby Pro 6, a Da Capo ABG and recently a really old fender Jazz (which I haven't managed to date cause the previous owner decided it would be cool to strip it down to bare wood, lettering and all - he deserves to be strung up). So basically my first bass was not getting played at all. Recently, someone offered to buy that first bass for cheap and seeing that I was not using it I accepted. As soon as the deal was struck I regreted it but having given my word I felt I had to go through with the sale. However, he phoned a few days later and said that other things came up and he could no longer buy the bass. I was very happy. I guess I'm sentimental but I couldn't get rid of my first bass. Ok, sorry for the long post but I was wondering did any of you ever sell/trade a bass and regret it soon after. Tell me your stories.