Hi bass brothers, I'm just torn between a choice, I tried a wonderful 66 sunburst jazz bass, the bass plays so good , has some mojo (fender woud call it heavy relic I guess) but perfect playability and sound. this would take a lot of my budget for gear, but of course, it' s a vintage bass, and the tone and the "magic" is there. On the other hand, I could get a sean Hurley Pbass CS sunburst, at a discount price, and that would let me keep a lot of my budget for gear... the SH pbass sounds great, with flats, and really I love those CS shop p basses (used to own a pino, biggest mistake I made selling it...). The Pbass sound with those flats is so powerfull, and I must admit that when I play a Pbass, I focus more on the groove and playing the bass, the jazz bass on the other hand, with its ease of play and skinny neck , leads me to play some fills , have a greater responsabilty in the bass duties because I got to think about not doing that because often it doesn't serve the music. I never do that with pbass, especially with flats... I guess that loads of players adapt their style to the instruments they are playing... but my point here is would you go with the 66 jazz or the CS pbass (knowing that with the pbass, I would still have cash to get a nice custom shop jazz or just keeping the money in case something comes along) I'm really torn, thanks for your help!