Looking for advice. I'm looking to get a new bass in the fall and have been looking at the Spector basses..the NS style (or Euro Version) with the Reverse PJ configuration. I played one of these in the 90s and loved it. But I only played it sitting down. My question has to do with the Strap Button placement. Looking at the bass..the strap button is around the 14th fret. My old Carvin LB had the button in the same position and I never got used to the reach for the lower frets... Sometimes while thinking I was fretting a G..I would hit ONE fret up...ug...I eventually got rid of it as I always had to concentrate on where my hand was. I'm no wimp and yeah..."get used to it" seems like a valid answer..but to me it's just the way it worked for me. All of my basses strap buttons are placed at the 12th fret..except for the BONGO 6 which I don't seem to have that extra reach problem. Any thoughts or feedback on this would be appreciated. . I'm digging the White "Sting" version they have at BassCentral.. Thanks and man lay on the love for the bass..