Well, if some of you had read my thread about the blueburst Tele Thinline bass, it came today! And funny enough, I believe it actually once belonged to a member on here! Ok, a quick rundown: 1. The mudbucker has basically no mud! 2. The original jazz pup was replaced with a Seymour Duncan quarter pounder. It adds a nice zing to it. 3. The lower three strings were strung with flatwounds, which I don't really like, so I am gonna replace those. I tried using a pick, and it was way too clunky, but on the G string, which had a roundwound, it sounded perfect. 4. It reminds me of a P bass, with a LOT more low-end, and less aggressive sounding. 5. VERY thin neck, almost a jazz shape. I was pleasantly surprised! It's gonna be a great number 2 and also my pick for any acoustic gigs.