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Fender CS '60s bridge will match best with ________ Precision pickups

Discussion in 'Pickups & Electronics [BG]' started by Jeremy5000, Nov 18, 2012.

  1. Jeremy5000

    Jeremy5000

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    So I like Fender CS '60s - just a matter of taste, like other folks who love the p/u's they use.
    Now it's a long story but I'm going with the P/J configuration and the question is if I use one of my CS '60s J in the bridge position what is the best match for the P p/u's?

    I'm assuming I should try the "Fender Original '62 P".
    Does anyone know if this is a reasonable choice in terms of matching tone and output, (did search on the output but couldn't find it).

    Or is there something out there that's better?
    Thanks.
  2. walterw

    walterw Supportive Fender Gold Supporting Member

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    any nice vintage-style P would work.
  3. derridiandrift

    derridiandrift

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    A Fralin would work nicely in terms of tone. I have one in my precision and I like it. I also have the CS60s in my jazz bass, so I'm familiar with those as well.

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