So, for awhile during the summer I found that I liked the tone people were getting out of stingrays. I worked for my dad during the summer, and saved up for my first bass over $1000. The thing is, I'm a lefty so i can't exactly walk into a store and play one and see how it feels. Not to mention I live on an island, so there are no music stores...Anyways, I got my stingray and wasn't exactly impressed. The neck wasn't very comfortable to me, it sort I'd felt like a block I couldn't maneuver on on the A and D. After lowering the action to my liking, it still didn't feel right. I've also noticed, the sound isn't exactly as I hoped. So what I'm trying to say is, I don't think it's "the bass for me." I think I'll put a new battery in it and a set of strings to give it another chance to see if I can understand its nature. In situations like this, do you guys just sell them? Or work with them and maybe change some things? I'm not sure if I want to keep it or not, and would like a good reason to hold on to it before I decide to sell it and think about getting a P bass.