Because it's such a fun game to do... let's go again!! Scott Devine isn't doing it right enough I may receive hate and bad feedback about my bass tone/sloppy playing.. go ahead but I won't care! I'm not claiming to be any good at playing the bass guitar. I also love Jazz Basses and... no, I did not listen to Jaco Pastorius. Sorry, guys. Well! Back to the matter; I got 2 Jazz Basses here for a comparison. Are you ready? The Bass Number One is: a CIC Squier Classic Vibe 60s Jazz Bass, sporting a basswood body, a rosewood fingerboard, hi-mass Squier bridge with brass saddles, using the stock pickup (you know Made in China, "cheap", "airy", "low output", "undefined", "messy", "without dynamics"... blablablah blablablah like Lifeson would say...), and Elixir nickel 40-95 - 10 months old strings. The Bass Number Two is: a MIM Fender Special Run 70s Jazz Bass, sporting a swamp ash body, a glossy maple fingerboard, hi-mass Fender bridge with bras-saddles, using French made Crel JB42 pickup (you know, quality made, "expensive", "defined", "with dynamics", "high output", "overwound", "hot"... ok I'll stop that), and Elixir nickel 40-95 - newish strings. I've played a single riff, fingerstyle, from Freewill's bassline by Geddy Lee, using ONLY the neck pickups, full opened tone, same bass setup (approximately)... No effect, no EQ-ing, a slight compression, and here we go. Which is which ???