I heard that there were a lot of exotics, and indeed there was . I only played two basses, but I saw a whole bunch. There were two sukops, an Alembic 6 string, A conklin 6 string custom, a bunch of spectors, a few warwicks (mostly 5ers), a Godin 4a fretted, and a few more which I don't remember. I played a 1983 Fender Jazz with odd string spacing and EMGs, and the Alembic 6 string. The alembic was more like a baritone guitar. The spacing was tighter than a chimpunk arse. It was almost impossible for me to play. Also, the action could use a tweak. I then picked up a 1983 Fender Jazz. It had a maple fretboard, EMGs, and awkward string spacing at the bridge. It took an extra right hand reach to get the G string, but I got used to it. I played a few wooten songs, some jaco, and a few original little funky peices, and got a good response from fellow customers and staff. The people there are really nice and helpful, and don't seem like annoying salesmen. I did take a peek into the acoustic room. I didn't stay long because it reeked in there. Something (or someone) smelled horrible! Other than that, it was great . I also picked up a NS design 5 string upright, and it was fun to play. Never actually played an upright before. Still seemed enjoyable.