Greetings. I'm currently 'gassin' for another bass. I've pretty much have gone back to 4-stings for the past 3-4 years, but now I'm feeling another 5'er and want something a bit different to try. The Sad Modern 24f is at the top of my list. I believe I would like either a Ash or Mahogany body with an Ebony board. Never tried Ebony and have read it's speaks it's own sonic language. I would like a sound that cuts and is quick especially with a 5 string. I've been surfing the posts and I'm unsure of which body would work for me. I'm generally a Brazilian Rosewood or Morado Rosewood fan. However, when I owned my Lakland 55-94 Deluxe I preferred the Maple board as it seemed more clear to my ears. So far with Sadowsky instruments, I prefer Rosewoods, the Maple is too bright for me. The Ebony sounds like it would be in between to a certain degree. ??? OK here is my question. I've looked on the Sad sight but didn't find the answer. Is the Modern 24f over-all length longer/taller bass than the the Jazz models? Hard to tell by the pics.