Hello all.... After a while of playing I have determined that I lack several tonality fundamentals that I think I need. I can play Bottesini, Koussevitzky, and Dragonetti but I can't perform it. I believe there is a difference. My teacher has been working with me on some of the Vivaldi sonata's. Not to play them specifically (they are crazy easy) but for tone and use of bow. (I have a bad habit of using as little bow as possible) I am looking for a few decent things to play. Don't care if they are hard or easy just something to help me work on fundamentals. From first position to past the fingerboard in harmonics. I personally don't think I can make it at the next level with out this (Though I have friends in college playing bass that I think I'm better than, but then again most of them aren't looking to get past college on the bass). Currently I'm chilling out for a year (working at sears) to prepare for college. Though I mite be attending Lee University for that year. Basically I'm just trying to get better. Daily I'm not doing the most practicing but I am spending about 2-4 hours on scales, Kreutzer, Vivaldi, CYS rep, Bottesini, and a little Bach for fun. I'm seeing results but not quite sure if there is something to add to help me develop a better sound. I'll be done with Vivaldi soon and I need something else. Any Ideas???????