I've got a bugaboo about string spacing on 5-string basses. My current fivers have nut widths of 1-7/8", and 3/4" (Fender) string spacing at the bridge. As much as I love the tones of fivers made by MusicMan, G&L, Warwick, Ken Smith (etc), I can't get comfortable with 1-3/4" nut width and/or 5/8" bridge spacing. It's only a 1/8" difference, but it's the same 1/8" that keeps A-neckers from playing B-necks (and vice versa) in the 4-string arena. In order to properly channel my GAS, I'd like to compile a list of 5-string basses wide enough to satisfy my comfort level. I'll start it off: Fender: Precision 5, Jazz 5, Roscoe Beck 5 Mike Lull: M5, P5, V5 Modulus: Q5, G5 MTD: (USA models) Reverend: Brad Houser 5 Hanewinckel has a "Wide 5" option for his basses The Lakland 55 is 1-11/16" at nut, which is close. I have learned that the Wal 5 is 1-7/8" at nut, but bridge spacing is narrow. Of the Alembics I've played, some seem to be wide and others do not. What other wide 5's need to be included? Boutiques/customs are welcome, but *not* if I'd have to pay an additional arm and leg for a wide 5 option (in addition to of the usual arm and leg charged for such basses). TIA!