I recently reassembled a bass using some old parts that I had.
Right now it's unstrung with a new pickup waititng to be installed.
(I pulled the Reverend pickup to switch with the P pickup in my
USA Peavey Millenium only to find that the Peavey pickup was
slightly oversized so wouldn't fit in the Franken-P hole. So I
ordered another Reverend and haven't installed it yet.) Here's my original thread talking about the restoration project
Here are some pictures, sorry for the large size of some of these photos.
The bass now has three matching black metal machined P-Bass style knobs
instead of the hodgepodge that you see in the photos.
Fullon frontal shot:
Looking up the neck from the body.
Angle shot of entire bass:
Body: 3 piece from a $120 Asian P-bass copy from 1978
Neck: Team (SX) fretless maple fingerboard
Bridge: "Double Eagle" circa 1982 solid brass.
Tuners: Schaller brass with some missing screws, but stay in tune.
P Pickup: Reverend Rumblefish extra stock.
J Pickup: Pulled from a 1995 Fender Jazz MIM
EQ: Vol/Vol/Tone passive.
Thanks to the Reverend pickup the bass sounds wonderful.
The neck is dreadful. It may eventually get replaced. Plays OK.