Metron wrote: Why just electric? Johns skill on the acoustic is second to none and IMO his electric stuff is secondary on his musical palette. Check out Now (w/John Scofield) and Communion. For acoustic stuff that is... Well, I know that his skill is flawless on acoustic. No surprise there. I want to check out his electric side, to catch his nuances, and truthfully pick out things here and there that I can learn to play. The fact is, I am a new and eager, quick-learning electric bass player. I can't afford an upright(nor do I have the space for it), so it's not that easy for me to relate to in the immediate sense.