OK, I'm selling off a Matt Pulcinella Level 5 because I want a less modern-sounding bass. Originally I had my heart set on a Reverend Brad Houser, but have been offered G&L L-2500's by two different people in partial trade. Also, I know the Fender Roscoe Beck has electronics that are very similar to those in the Reverend. I know a lot about trading basses, but haven't spend much time with a Reverend or Roscoe Beck in my hands (I have owned a few G&L's, including my favorite bass, which is a fretless L2000). So (even though I know I can't go terribly wrong with any of these), what are your thoughts out there??? The Brad is semi-hollow, which is cool -- the G&L has a preamp -- and the Fender is. . . well. . . a Fender. But what bass has the best overall mix of "Old School-ness" and versatility? Thanks. . .