I'm a sucker for a killer bassline. Not the effect type so much as the melodic type. Something like this with a groove to it that isn't just rumble fill for the drums.\n\nSomething like this.\n\n\nAnother is on Elton John's "Rocket man," and ELP's "From the beginning." Some are more subtle than others but manage to present themselves as an important vibe to the whole structure of the song. \n\nMid-woofers and mid-bass are often overlooked compared to sub bass these days. When I hear so many people looking for "fast, tight bass," I believe it is the lower mid\/upper sub bass punch they are talking about, but so much is left to sub-wooferage instead. What I notice about mid and sub bass on the more capable 3-way speakers is, what apparently amounts to rather present, stereo mid and sub bass, for lack of a better description. Highly moving and impactful and as addicting as sub bass effects, IMO. \n\nWith that said, and without an endless stream of pictures trying to show off album collections instead, some links to incredible, melodic basslines would be appreciated for discover purposes. I am sitting here getting my audio hat handed to me by some budget 12" JBL woofers right now and the bass from (and everything else, really) is hitting well above their price point and I want more. \n\nI will consider everything except rap\/hip hop, unless it is something with real music composition.