In doing a search on "backup basses" and looking through the results, it seems most folks here have multiple basses. It also seems like everyone that has a second (or third, or ninth) bass has a variety of sometimes radically different basses: active, passive, 4s, 5s, 6s, fretted, fretless, etc. For the first time, I'm considering getting second bass. I play a bone-stock, traditional Fender P in a classic rock cover band. While I've considered a wide variety of styles of basses, I'm concerned that any significant variation in neck size and shape will require too much adjustment in my technique. I'm also concerned that varying the pickup arrangement from the standard Precision setup will force me to make too many EQ adjustments onstage. So, am I the only guy here who wants his backup bass to be a clone of his main bass?