I picked up a Peavey B-Quad tonight. I put money down on it some time ago, but it's been at the shop (needed a new chip on the pre-amp, I'm told.) And they cleaned it up and set it up. In a word: WOW. There are a few B-Quad owners on here, right? Really nice bass. It's transparent green with gold hardware. Looks really great. It sounds incredible. I LOVE blending the piezos in. I'm playing it through an SWR Workingman's 15 - rumbling lows and beautiful highs. You've heard it all before, I'll spare ya. A little history: This one is a prototype, I'm told. No serial number, and an early build by the guys who designed it. (I can't recall their names off hand. Not Bromberg. The guy from Parker.) What exactly does it mean to have a prototype? Anything? Good? Bad? I've got that New Bass High, and a Sunday full of nothing to do but thump away. This is a good weekend. Tonight I will sleep the sleep of the righteous, dreaming of the graphite weave.