Hey guys! I hope you don't mind me having a bit of fun with the thread title. Like a lot of you, I've had my fair share of GAS over the years. A while back, I started recording quick little tone clips of the basses that have come into my possession, using a self made slice of the song Mellowship Slinky by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I originally did this when I first acquired a Wal many years ago, in an attempt to try and mimic the tone that Flea had on BSSM. Since then, I've just kept the Pro Tools session handy, and used it to test basses against what I've owned before to see how things sit against the drums, etc. Well my last couple of additions to the file made my eyes (ears) bug out. At this point I figured I would share and let people listen to see what they think about it. I won't comment further until after sharing the files. All files are recorded through the same signal path: 1. EBS Sheehan Signature Drive. I have the tiniest amount of dirt added to the signal. Drive is literally a hair above the lowest setting, and the dirt level itself is only a hair above off. I prefer my drive to only add a little character to the midrange and nothing else. 2. Growling Krizzly built by DiCosimo audio - 400RB preamp pedal to give me that old school GK sound. 3. Two Notes CAB-M - Mesa Powerhouse 4x10 impulse response by 3 Sigma Audio There was a stretch of time where I really busy with family stuff, and didn't track a bunch of basses that I tried in that window of time (Dingwall, Spector, G&L, Fender). I don't know if I'll ever revisit those brands, but if I do I'll be sure to add them.