Hello all, Long story short, I've worked in recording studios for quite a few years now and in my spare time, record some of my own music. I always borrowed basses before, but about a year ago or so I bought my own, a Fender Geddy Lee Jazz bass. I've enjoyed it, but lately I'm feeling like I may try to trade/sell it and get something else. A band that I'm recording right now, their bassist uses a Warwick bass (I think it's a Corvette), and the other night he was switching between mine and his. He complimented mine, but I really loved the sound of his, and I liked the way it played better. From what I hear, that model is sort of a mixture of a classic and modern sound. I think maybe that's more the direction I want to go. While I love the Geddy, and think it's a tremendous value, I've recorded a lot of material and never truly felt like it was the particular bass sound I was looking for. Again, not that it sounds bad by any means, but it isn't my sound. I think I want something with more upper midrange, more sheen, more sparkle, more cut, and more of a hi-fi sound. Maybe that means a bit more modern. I AM playing rock music though (again sort of a mixture of old and new, think zeppelin meets floyd meets smashing pumpkins meets tool... or something), so I don't want anything super hi-fi that would sound wimpy for rock music. By the way, I am mainly wanting this for recording, not so much for live use. Anyway, I'm considering trying to replace my Geddy with a Warwick, like my friend has, but I'd like to hear some other suggestions if possible, in case I can make it to the nearest Guitar Center to try some models out. Also I'd like to know how people think of these tonally. I also am considering a Tobias Growler, not because I've ever heard one, but I've just kinda always thought it would be a pretty cool bass, though I've never seen one in person. Any advice is much appreciated as usual. Thanks!