Hi folks, First of all, I'm the proverbial "long time reader, first time writer," or something like that...at any rate, this is my first post, so here it goes: I have an ET6 Thunderbass from Pedulla that I bought in 1995, and played thoroughly throughout the years. Then, it started to get a little fuzzy-sounding in the low end, which now is spread accross the spectrum, and is a pretty heavily distorted tone. Pedulla has said that it's most likely bad electronics, and that I can ship it back for either a replacement of the guts with the same, for an upgrade, or for an entirely new set of pickups and electronics. Decisions, decisions, right? Well, now I'm beginning to wonder if I'd like to stick with it at all. I may consider selling it in order to begin compiling $$$ for a new bass. So, I'm looking for suggestions...in this situation, would you send it in for the fix/upgrade, perhaps a tune-up as well, and then put it on the market...or, would you consider an entirely new electronics & pickup line up, and stick with the Pedulla body? Basically, I'm looking for suggestions...I'm at a point where I'm thinking about investing more time, effort, and money into an electric bass... At any rate, thanks for your time and help. This is a fantastic forum, and your knowledge is invaluable!