To address your specific question- most likely you'll find the bass more physically demanding than guitar. The longer scale, and the heavier neck really does take a toll, physically.
I play in bands as a bass player, and I play in band as a guitar player. I'm in good shape. I DEFINITELY feel it...
That's what I figurei is true for most people. I just don't have a "# 1" personally. I will grab the guitar that I feel is right for the purpose- for example, if I'm testing a new amp I already have an idea which project it's for, and I'll select the guitar that matches that project.
I can't be the only person who doesn't have a "#1."
In one band I prefer my ES335, and in another it's a Strat Plus. And depending on my mood I may just grab an LP, or a Telecaster. Depends a lot on what I expect to be doing.
Well, I sort of expected this, and it's come to pass. We're moving out of our house and leaving town next Monday, and what day is the amp scheduled to arrive? Yeah next Monday LOL.
No big deal, I'd already requested to have it shipped to my office. However, it means I won't actually get to play...
I think this one will be great as my amp in a Boston tribute band I've recently joined. I'm alternating between acoustic 12 string and my Les Paul depending on the song. Small stage footprint, fairly high gain, should sound great mic'ed up.
I'm surprised to see this video coming back around. it's about 5 years old was revealed as a fake, along with a few others of the same vintage.