So, I was thinking back to the first bass I ever had. It was a Fender PBass that had a passive P/J pickup configuration that dad bought for me when I was 15 years old (so probably 1995-96). It was a GREAT bass for learning and. And while I did move on to MANY different basses after that (I went through a phase where I thought active/neck-thru, 35 scales were the only way to go) I have found myself in love with a Yamaha BB1025X. Passive, P/J, just as a 5 string. My questions have to do with that original bass. It had two things that seem to be very different from other 4 string Pbasses I've seen and I was hoping someone could tell me about them. 1. The headstock: While it had the classic shape of a Fender it seemed "narrow". It's the only way I can describe it. I've yet to see another Fender headstock like it. 2. The cutaway on the lower horn. It was deeper than almost all fender Pbasses I see these days. I actually prefer the look of that deeper cutaway and I'm curious as to why it's not used more. Now that I think of it I think another weird thing was the pick guard was not the standard Pbass one. I believe it was actually the kind you'd find on a 51 PBass. I hope all that made sense. Does anyone have any insight on to what model this was? Thanks!