I've played plenty of basses and I never realized how much I disliked them til I picked up my Music Man Sterling Classic. I had owned a p bass and played a jazz as well as some other misc. basses. One day I picked up the sterling classic at a music store it was over. It fit my hand better than a glove, so I got it. The problem now is I don't think it fits my bands style so I've been looking at fenders again since I have the flexibility of so many different set ups, if I could just find a neck I like. (it also doesn't hurt that this could potentially be cheaper than the MM). I know I like the nut width of the Sterling, it's 1.5 vs the bigger p bass neck (I have small hands so I noticed that right away). But when I play a jazz bass which is also 1.5 it doesn't feel nearly as well. So then I thought maybe it was the radius since the MM is quite different from a standard jazz bass (7.5 vs 9.5). While looking at the store though, the salesman assured me that just makes for easy bending and it wouldn't make it feel any better. So then I thought maybe it's because it is all one piece (the neck and the fret board) and the edges are rolled and Fenders have sharper edges. Do you think I could just find a 9.5 jazz neck and have a pro roll the edges? Or if you think the radius does make it feel better I could find a vintage spec neck and have the edges rolled? Or do you think I'm SOL and they just have different profiles over all and I have to stick with the MM if I want that feel? What is it about that neck that I like so much?