Multi Stringers What Is Your Concept (Application)For Usage Of Your Multi String Bass(es) I use 4,5,6,8 non doubled,12(4x3)and 15(5X3)string Bass I rarely outside of my own music projects as a Bassist/producer or the rare occassion Im asked to bring anything over a 6(the 6 is still barely accepted in a lot of musical settings)do I bring my 8's,12's,or 15's.I mainley use what and only what the project calls for.(I never attempt to push my multi string views on the person that has hired me)4's and 5's and occasionaly a 6 because anything over is logicaly overkill.I feel I have a desent balance between the 4's,5's,and 6's and the 8's,12's,and 15's. Three examples 1. 4,5,and occasional 6-Studio,my projects,and gigs for hire. 2. 8 string-a duet setting with Vocalist Valarie Gordon,where I acompanie her as if Im a Pianist,Bassist,Guitarist,Purcussionist,Saxaphonist,etc. 3. 4,5,6,8,12,and15 in my own Band led projects and the occassional open minded Artist/Producer. On my debut CD I do a version of Wayne Shorter's Footprints,with my Brother singing Lyrics I penned.from a listeners ear it sounds like Im using a 4 string,there's a change where it sounds like Im using a 5.there's also a solo section where it sounds like Im using a 6,buts it's revealed that Im using an 8 string Bass and from there back to the 4 string section.so there you have the sound of four different Basses in one song and there was no need for overdubs.With all that said,What are some of you guys Concept(approach)of your Multi String Bass(es)?