So I've been asked to join a rockabilly band, I have another thing to look at before definitely saying yes, but will probably go ahead and say yes. Here's the thing; I don't have an upright and, even if I get on a rent-to-buy plan for a student model, will need to time to figure it out before it could start appearing at gigs. So far I've been strictly a bass guitarist. I'm trying to visualize how to make it work best, because as soon as I think "rockabilly" I think one guy with a Gretsch hollowbody guitar and another guy with a upright that has pinup girls stenciled on it or something. And the guitarist in this group actually has the orange Gretsch, decked out with a playing card tucked in the bridge and little painted flames streaking from the knobs... So... what should I use? I have a Godin fretless ABG, that cops something close to an upright sound but hardly looks the part. I can go the good ole P-bass route. There's a couple of hollowbody basses at the local guitar shop, a Jack Casady and a Fender Coronado, and I could conceivably spring for one. Or some other direction... Thoughts? Others playing in similar bands, what are you using? Tone ideas?