NBBD: My first Pbass

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Parzival, Mar 16, 2014.


  1. Parzival

    Parzival Supporting Member

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    Just finished my first parts build. Wanted a Pbass so I decided
    it would fun to put one together. Here is the rundown:
    -Blue metallic (LPBish) P body from old Bently I picked up
    -Squire neck that the guy selling put a Fender Precision logo
    on. Has Jazz dimensions though.
    -Badass II Bridge
    -Dimarzio P pups
    -New Fender P dome knobs
    -Pickguardian Tort pickguard

    Looks awesome, feels great, and sounds so good. I am now
    ready to do a P-J bass next. Gonna up it a little with the next
    one on the body and neck quality. and actually get a real
    Am. Fender P neck.
     
  2. Parzival

    Parzival Supporting Member

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    Parzival Supporting Member

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  6. handofseven

    handofseven Soaking up the cathode rays... Supporting Member

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    NICE! Looks fantastic! Enjoy. :bassist:
     
  7. Turtle71

    Turtle71 Supporting Member

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    Looks Great!

    Gotta love a P-Bass! :bassist:
     
  8. Parzival

    Parzival Supporting Member

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    Thanks guys. Between this and my new SUB, my Jazz basses
    are getting jealous.
     
  9. Miskatonic

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    Grats on getting the build finished! I like the hardware choices.
    While it wouldn't be my first choice for a color combo, I would actually really dig it with a fretless neck for some reason.
     
  10. JCheung

    JCheung Supporting Member

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    Congrats, looks awesome. Any between MM and P style basses, what more do you really need? Lots of precisions flying around, hope to pick up my first P bass tomorrow.
     

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