I was going to suggest looking at the HP100 too (based on mrbigsby review) but I see the man himself beat me to it...
In terms of open bassy headphones there are not many options:
HD650 - will probably not drive well out of your babyface, also pretty laid back and perhaps slow?
Fischer Audio FA011 - overall good phones, comfort is not amazing at least in my batch (was the 2nd batch I believe), mids can be recessed
Philips Fidelio X1 - Very colored, not sure I'd want to produce with something like that
But I think bassy should not be your top priority. Of course you will need phones that can reproduce bass well, but I would put allot of emphasis on neutrality and good sound reproduction. You want to be able to hear ALL of the music you are making very clearly. I'm basically supporting what Acix above was saying.
Also you already have pairs such as the HD25's which you can also use to listen to how the music sounds with lots of bass...
In the Beyer range I would look at the DT-880 for open and the DT-250 for closed.
If you decide to go closed, there are many options... I would try to hit that sweet spot between bass and good reproduction. I will also throw another option at you: LFF's Paradox (search and read more about them) - they may be exactly what you are looking for, modded by a sound engineer to be used as monitors.