Warwick one : * Bolt-on Neck Design * Available as 4-, 5- or 6-string * Left-handed and fretless version available at no additional charge * Bubinga body * Ovangkol neck * Wenge fingerboard * Scale length: 34" (long scale) * 24 frets * 4-string: MEC J/J pickups (either active or passive). 5-string: Active MEC J/J pickups. 6-string: Active MEC Soapbar H/H pickups. * All active models come with MEC 2-Band preamps * Natural Oil Finish * Warwick tuners * 2-piece Warwick bridge * Warwick security locks * Chrome hardware * Just-A-Nut III * Weight: 10.14 lbs.(4-string), 11.25 lbs. (5-string), 11.5 lbs.(6-string) * Warwick Black Label strings: 4-string: 045" - 105" (40200M), 5-string: 045" - 135" (40301M), 6-string: 025" - 135" (40401M) and ESP one : # Neck-Thru-Body # 34 Scale # Mahogany Body # Flamed Maple Top # 5 Pc Maple/Walnut Neck # Ebony Fingerboard # 47mm Standard Nut # Extra Thin U Neck Contour # 24 X Frets # Black Hardware # Hipshot Tuners # Hipshot Bridge w/ String-Thru-Body # EMG 40TW (B) / 40P5 (N) Active p.u. w/ EMG B64 3-Band Active EQ w/ Push-Pull Coil Tap on Volume (Bridge p.u.) can any of you compare them xD? i think warwick is cooler.. but if it is j/j and it makes me wory about my future as if i buy a j/j will i need another humbucker bass? thx for your comparings..