Meh, I guess this is where this belongs. I had a gig for a band as many of you know, I could care less about. A cover band playing the same tunes you hear on classic rock radio every day. If you hate a band, and you play with it for 4 hour gigs, you find ways to entertain yourself. Usually I mess around between songs and during breaks, playing stupid funk licks and stuff. One night I decided to make my tone almost all low end to see the effect it would have on the gig. No crunch, no punch, just lowwwwww. It sounded pretty cool at times, but almost all the agressive tunes had no edge. It was weird, that made me smile. We started "You don't know how it feels" by Tom Petty, and since my tone was very reggae... I randomly decided to play reggae style bass. Everyone else played the normal version, but I was rasta man all of a sudden. The strangest thing was this was a hicky kinda bar, and everyone was hootin' and hollerin' and jiggin' and docie doing or whatever... but for that one song it looked like they had been possessed by Reggae dancehall patrons. They were doin' the slow wavey swing your hips kind of dance you see in Reggae clubs. It was cracking me up. No one else in the band really knew what was different in the song, the drummer had a clue, he changed the beat a little. But it was kinda my own little inside joke.