I took my Warwick Streamer in today to a friend's workshop to have him look it over and talk about setting it up (I'm too lazy to do it myself, and I don't mind supporting a friend pursuing a career as a luthier). After we talk about my bass and things, the conversation goes like this: Him: "Want to see something cool?" Me: "Sure, what is it?" Him: "I have Jonas Hellborg's bass." Me: "WHAAAAAAT?" And he was right. He worked in the Wechter guitar shop when Jonas had his acoustic bass built and was the guy that did the repairs and set ups on the bass. So, when Abe sold Wechter guitars, Jonas kept sending the bass over to my friend, where it is now. Sadly, even though I asked, I couldn't play it. It's currently without strings or a bridge, so it would've been impossible. But it was THE bass, the one on the cover of "The Word" that I bought an acoustic bass because I wanted that sound. It made me giggle.