@rickpalacios1973 - I’m not sure I (personally) would have the desire to learn to play guitar after learning to play bass.
I’ve played all sorts of guitars for many years, sometimes on stage and even in state competitions back in the early ‘60’s yet, now that I’ve taken on the bass, my desires to play guitar have lessened - partially due to the arthritis in my hands. It doesn’t mean that I will never play my other stringed instruments again because I still use them quite often - just not to the extent I use to.
I (personally) find the bass much more intriguing and a bit mystifying when I play it compared to my guitars. I suppose that could be that when I play guitar, I can do it in such a way that i can easily hide any imperfections and mistakes, not to mention find numerous ways to shortcut playing style and still come very close to getting what I want in sound and tone. Not the case with the bass… each note has to be spot on in tone, key, and timing - otherwise the entire song suffers. With guitar, you can bend notes when you’re a little off key, and blame timing on the drummer.
I would say that I do believe that being a guitar player has helped me to be a better bass player, and that being a better bass player has helped me to be a better guitar player…
Keep on Thumpin’!!