The preface is I'm mostly a guitarist, and i'm mainly playing bass for tracks that are kind of Latin and Flamenco. The focus is on recording for now. I go direct into the computer and run Guitar Rig. During the lockdown I bought a Squire Affinity Jazz Bass and didn't really like the bright sound it produces. I also found it to be huge. Thankfully I was in the return window and have a Classic Vibe P-Bass on order (maple colour). When I did the return though, there was a C-Vibe Mustang Bass on rent (mint green). It seems fairly new, still has the round Fender sticker on it. I thought i'd give it a shot, and had a fantastic first jam with it. I use the app Drum Jam to put on some percussion and off I go. I guess the smaller size works for someone used to playing guitar. The sound reminds me of an old Ashbory bass I used to have. Almost like a Hoffner or dare I say some quality of an upright. Now i'm considering just buying this one. Yet it feels weird that I would get this as my first real bass compared to a P-Bass. Some of the pros in favour of this would be the playability, the unique sound, the ability to upgrade the pickups to a pair that has a P-Bass style tone. Cons against would be no solid place to rest fingers when plucking. Not the standard recording sound of the P-Bass. Possibly doesn't work well with flatwounds. Has a few buzzing on some frets but i'm sure that can be fixed over time.