NBD 79P - WOW!!!

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Margus Alviste, Dec 19, 2013.


  1. Margus Alviste

    Margus Alviste

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    Just got a 79 P and tried to record it using DGCF tuning. Wow, this beast plays and records amazingly well! Nothing comes close! I was completely a JB guy but now I'm sold to.... P?! :help:
  2. StevieMac

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    No pics - no 79 P
  3. Margus Alviste

    Margus Alviste

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    Sry, the pics are in the other computer! I'll try to upload some soon. PS! It's a player's bass not for Fender Police Officers! :)
  4. BassmanM

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    Doesn't matter, show us the pics! :hyper:
  5. ROOTS_n_FIFTHS

    ROOTS_n_FIFTHS Previously rootsnfifths Supporting Member

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    a JB guy myself so how is it switching over to that bigger P bass neck?
  6. Margus Alviste

    Margus Alviste

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    Well, I have a bunch of different basses, so for me it's not a problem to switch over to bigger or smaller necks. I also play 5-strings, so nothing too big here. :) And to be true, it's not as big as I thought. Quite comfortable. :)
  7. ROOTS_n_FIFTHS

    ROOTS_n_FIFTHS Previously rootsnfifths Supporting Member

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    Ok that's good. Enjoy that sweet P-bass sound.
  8. RandyMolson

    RandyMolson

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    Lol
  9. progrmr

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    Pics or this thread is a LIE!!
  10. elgranluis

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    hahahsomething similar happened to me!

    Showed up to the recording session with a ric, a 72J, and a 78 P. I was at the booth, not visible to the sound guy. I tried the ric, the j, and finally the P. With the P, the sound guy was like "stop right there, that's the sound we want". I was also playing through a mic'd b15N.
  11. P. Aaron

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    You don't want to go there...really. :bag:
  12. Margus Alviste

    Margus Alviste

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    Yes, that's an awesome combination!
  13. Margus Alviste

    Margus Alviste

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    So here's my Mrs LowVoice! :)

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  14. Margus Alviste

    Margus Alviste

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    So please dear Fender Police do not take me to the jail, i got her with those "upgrades"! But I promise to restore her as soon as I'll get payed for my first gig! :)
  15. bassplayer1494

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    Love the burst/maple combo!
  16. Pet Sounds

    Pet Sounds

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    Nice! I have more P-Basses than sense or talent, but one of my favorites is a '79 with many evil mods, wearing old Fender flats. What kind of strings are you using?
  17. SirMjac28

    SirMjac28 Patiently Waiting For The Next British Invasion Gold Supporting Member

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    Beautiful I love maple necks congrats.
  18. Margus Alviste

    Margus Alviste

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    These are 50-110 Rotosounds in DGCF tuning. I'll try the flats when done with my recording session. Probably the heavy gauge because I started to like the DGCF tuning.

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