This is probably a re-hash to some degree, but I did browse and search a bit and did not get at this topic especially. I recently started playing a Dingwall Afterburner II, and after some time with it, I can't help with being impressed with how "pure" the tone of the instrument is on the B string and across all strings. That is, to greatest degree I have experienced, EVERY NUANCE of the tone including the attack, the texture, color, etc. matches more perfectly with the tone of the other strings than any other bass I have ever played. Other basses that I have owned, like Sadowsky, Modulus and Roscoe, had this trait as well to some degree, but this bass is obviously superior to them all, to my ear, in this regard. So, I am curious as to others' experiences with this. What other basses have you enjoyed that have the least obvious "disconnect" in the tone across the strings? To borrow a line from an old Modulus review, which bass sounds like "one big string" no matter where you are on the neck?