The current bass: '04 Warwick Corvette std 5 w/MEC's I was messing around and figuring if I liked better the neck full or both even and noticed that each one has a bit of a midrange honk. Each one is different and there is a spot about fifteen to twenty degrees CW from middle click that is completely honk-free. In my jam room this sounds nice, just a clean uncluttered fundamental. But I have to ask you experienced paid bassists if the honk is actually something that I should be trying to utilize when trying to get into the covers/weddings scene or if my gut is right in shooting for the clear tone? I am planning on building a shortscale and was going to do a Leland type double p, but now I'm thinking that I should just stick a mmbucker in the trad p spot and wire a variable tap a'la peavey t45 for 99.9% of performing to be able to go honk-free and a quarter pounder right near the bridge for full-honk when I'm noodling away with fuzzstortion and reverb at home. Thoughts/comments?