I think all of us who start out as bass heads learn to love everything else just as much, and grow to appreciate the enjoyment of truly TIGHT bass
For example a guitar has some of the most magical bass you can hear! The combination of majority 150-170 hrz tones, combined with a few tid bits of 250-350 [which I'd considered upper bass LOW mids] is... really wonderful! It has a soft impact like a kick drum but it extends really nicely and YES it's bass. I'd call 150-170 the upper limits of bass and the lower limits of mids, so that combo a upper bass and low mids has a really awesome feel to it, and trust me it TAKES TIME before you can REALLY feel bass and mids even at low volumes. And trust me that day you REALLLY feel it... it will catch you off guard. But with time you'll start to enjoy less and less bass, as you get accoustum to the tatical differances in bass mids and highs, bass feels very differnt than mids, and sounds different too as well.
Ofc it helps to be blind, tastless and without the ability to smell! [thank you years of allerigies, thanks for avoiding my ears and ruining the other 3 sense on my face xD]