A friend and I went to Warrior yesterday and I thought you guys/gals might like to see what goes on in Rossville, GA. I have two Warriors that I acquired used and took them with me on the trip. I came to find out that the red one in the pictures is actually the 35th bass made(!!!) and is the only one that was made in red. I spent some time looking around and was given the tour by Scott. Now I know that there are a number of you who have had challenges with these instruments and some of the dealings have been not to your liking but I can tell you from here that I was treated like family. I had a friend with me who had never laid hands on a Warrior and after playing a single cut goldtop Isabella, he was ready to take it home. the only other 'high end' basses that I have owned has been Wal. I have tried many others but they don't feel right in my hands so I have been on a quest. These guys have integrity and heart and it shows as I was watching my red bass being tweaked and cleaned up. I took some pictures of various things and I am posting them for your enjoyment. I plan to get a couple more of these basses and am pondering currently how that will take shape. For those of you with bad gallery experiences, I would question the gallery before I would go back to Warrior. Also, for those of you who read the story on Harmony Central about the person who received a bass that was not what he ordered, the poster did not give the rest of the story. The person did not tell you in the post that JD gave him two options on the bass, the first of which being that he would make the poster another bass. The second option was to keep the one that he had and get it at a discounted price. The poster opted to keep the one that was discounted. (Don't get any ideas any of you )... Overall, I was treated better than family and I will be looking to increase my Warrior pile as I prepared for international tours this summer.