Finally got all of my basses back together again, so I thought it was about time to get a snapshot of them all together for insurance purposes, and of course viewing pleasure! Left to right; Bacchus Woodline-J Classic - Alder body, Maple neck, Rosewood fretboard, Gotoh Hardware, Bacchus pickups in 60's spots, passive electronics. MIJ. Fat, buttery tone, perfect for straight-ahead jazz stuff with the dead rounds on it. Bacchus Woodline-J Custom - Ash body, Maple neck, Maple fretboard with MOP inlays, Gotoh Hardware, Bacchus pickups in 70's spots, passive electronics. MIJ. Tight, punchy tone, dishes out the Marcus vibe in spades with new rounds. TBC AP-500M - Chambered Ash body with inlaid Ash pickguard, Maple neck, Pau-Ferro fretboard, stock TBC hardware and pickup, passive electronics. MIC. Huge, agressive stingray-esque tone with more throatiness. And finally (not in the pic), the 'one on the way'. MPG Level 5 in Ash/Maple with Big Singles, passive electronics, with all Hipshot gear. Can't wait for this one!