It's been my opinion that Tony Levin is the most versatile bassist. He easily switches from fretted Four, five and even three string basses. He plays Fretless. He uses picks, finger plucking, funk fingers and slaps and pops. Tony plays upright with finger plucking and a bow and even utilises the new finger bow. On top of that he plays the Stick like no other. Plus, he plays it all at a master level. From King Crimson, Peter Gabriel, Paul Simon and solo he does it all. Is there anyone else this versatile? EDIT: This is not a bashing thread, a contest or a who's better or the best. It is about Tony Levin being a versatile bass player who uses many techniques, styles and instruments to provide the bass part of the projects he is in and the versatility he has doing this. My question is are there any other players this versatile? Who are they? And why do you think they are versatile.