I had a chance to play a new Modulus Quantum 5 Blackstone with dual EMG's this weekend. It had an amazing Quilt maple top (blackstone finish) over an Alder body. I loved the fast feel of the Graphite neck with phenolic fretboard. The overtones and harmonics that were available everywhere on the neck were amazing. It also had incredible sustain. The low B string was impressively tight, focused and well balanced compared with the other strings as well. I'm looking for opinions on the new Modulus Quantum 5 basses. Do you like em or love 'em? are they in the same league as Roscoe's, MTD's etc? I play Mostly R&B/blues/Jazzy groover oriented funk. Will be using a Bergantino 322 cabinet with an AshDown ABM500 EVO. By the way, when I took the test drive of the modulus, I played it through an Ashdown ABM 500 EVO with an Aguilar 212 cabinet. The combinations was surprisingly incredible, but my Bergantino 322 was ordered prior to this experience. I hope the Bergie isn't too Hi-fi for the Ashdown and my Roscoe and/or the New Modulus Quantum 5. Here's the kicker question: Am I crazy thinking about trading or selling my Roscoe LG3005? It has a Swamp Ash body with Exhibtion Quilt maple top, (see pic attached), Ebony fretboard, Ivory nut, (Barts and Aguilar OBP-1) for the Modulus? I can't really afford both basses. The Modulus and I played so very well together. That's the hard part. I'm in love with my Roscoe,. but for some reason, the Modulus seems to be a better fit for my hand and playing style. The Roscoe however is a real showpiece and that would be hard to part with. My Roscoe also has a nice history being that it was originally built for Kim Stone of "The Rippingtons." All confirmed by Keith Roscoe himself. It's a cherry specimen, but I think I play and sound better (albeit slightly) on the Modulus. Your thoughts on a Modulus Quantum 5's are wanted! Talk to me! Thanks!