Took a few photos of my Jazz basses and my EA iamp 800/VL 208 rig. I also use an Alembic preamp which I a/b for a "2 channel switchable preamp" sort of signal, just for when I desire a little "tubiness" and don't want that all too clean, "uncoloured" sound. My natural colored Jazzes are original 73's, both with super playability and each with it's own favorable sound. The rosewood has a very nice bridge pickup growl...grrrrr....while the maple has a woderful slap tone...snap, crackle, "pop"... with both pickups throttled up! Finally I have my Geddy Lee (sort of the baby brother to the other two)...which however, gets more play time and attention than the others. I built the Geddy to be a backup to my maple board Jazz, and I must say, after I installed the vintage '78 tuners, bridge, and covers (I think I'm one of the few who actually plays with 'em on...ha,ha!) the Geddy does have a sound very similar to the "real deal". Bridge pickup has more of a growl tone similar to my rosewood board Jazz though. It also has a very nice action which is just a tad better than the actual '73's. Long live the Geddy! Also added were the '62 reissue tortie guard and thumbrest (yeah, I play with that thing installed too! ) I can finally say that I am completely happy with my current setup which has more tonal possibilities than my actual playing abilities. My next step might be the venture into the elite world of fretless. Sorry the pics aren't that great!