Kind of a riff on the other beaten thread, but also kind of serious. Regardless of what one and only one bass you'd pick, could/would you stick to one flavor of strings? Having less than three basses stinks because, while most of the time I'm a happy camper with some EB/GHS/Fender nickel rounds (whatever the non-GC B&M has in stock when the time arises), sometimes I want that fresh set of Roto 66s sound, and other times I have a dire thirst for some flats that the tone knob and a piece of foam just cannot slake. Spoiler: Warning: dumb Someday I'm going to get another J bass (or a Big Al 3?) and try it with a Roto PSD for the E, a Fender nickel round A, a Chromes D, and a Fender flat G. Maybe I'll play it more than ten times. I'd probably also try it the other way around as well. It would be cool to have all of the bass sounds I ever want in one bass and also have each string truly have its own distinguished voice.