Hey guys, just a quick question as I head out the door to band practice. I bought a Spector Euro 5LX roughly a year ago, and have loved this bass since the second I laid my eyes on it. It's literally the perfect bass for me, fits in my hands perfectly, has that tone, etc.. And it was my only bass for that whole year. It was the only bass played through my rig, and the tone was so good. About a week ago I found a Used Musicman Stingray 5 H lined fretless on Kijiji for a steal of a price and couldn't pass it up. I was expecting it to be my backup to my Spector but to my surprise it sounds way more full then my Spector does. All of my bandmates really loved the Spector until I got the musicman, and I'm starting to really like the Musicman as well. I prefer the feel of the Spector to the Stingray and wish I could get a more full sound out of my Spector. What am I doing wrong here? My Rig is a Mesa M-Pulse 360 into a 4 Ohm Mesa Powerhouse 412 cab and I plug my Spector into the active input of my head. The Musicman isn't as loud through the Active input, so I throw it through the passive input and the tone is awesome. I can REALLY feel the bass now, and I really loved that Spector before the MM. I'm not able to send the Spector through the Passive input as the preamp is too hot and it just overdrives and doesn't sound good. I have the non trim tone pump and am wondering I guess if a preamp upgrade to the trim version would make it sound more full? Not really sure where I should've posted this so I threw it in Basses. They're both quite common basses, hopefully someone that's played both could chime in?