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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Turkeypills, Jan 10, 2013.

  1. Turkeypills

    Turkeypills Supporting Member

    Nov 8, 2012
    St. Louis
    Greetings fellow low frequency warriors!

    I have browsed the TB forums for quite a while reading and learning but never posting.

    I figured I would say hello with pictures of my main squeeze.

    Fender MIA 5 string P deluxe 60th Anniversary


    I am waiting on the neck for my first Warmoth build that will hopefully turn out pretty sweet. :bassist:


  2. jazzbo58

    jazzbo58 Bassist for My Man Godbey Supporting Member

    Apr 21, 2001
    New Orleans, LA USA
    Nice bass!

  3. Welcome to the TB community!
  4. Welcome to the deep end of the low end of the butter pool. :D
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  6. Crabby


    Dec 22, 2004
    That is one sweet P-bass!
  7. drummer5359

    drummer5359 Gold Supporting Member

    Jan 10, 2011
    Pittsburgh PA USA
    Very beautiful. I love P-basses in general, but that is particularly sweet.

    Welcome to TB!
  8. IronLung1986


    May 19, 2010
    Seattle, WA
    So on 5 string P basses the A string uses the bridge side of the split pickup? Interesting, I've never noticed that before.
  9. MrLenny1


    Jan 17, 2009
    Ooo, nice. Somebody spent some money.
    A true American Icon.
  10. Wallace320


    Mar 19, 2012
    Milan, Italy
    Otherwise, I'm more than certain that American Standard PVs must be B, E, A (lows: neckside) D, G (trebles: bridgeside)

  11. Dbassmon


    Oct 2, 2004
    Rutherford, NJ
    That is one the finest basses Fender ever produced IMO. My P5 Deluxe is my main gigging axe. It records beautifully and has a huge range of tones ranging from old school Pbass to Jbass and even approaches Stingray tones with humbucker bridge pickup and powerful midrange scoop.

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