Hail TB'ers. I have to confess I haven't owned a Fender for decades. I'm pretty much an Ibanez guy. However, more and more I'm especially wanting to get that unmistakable P-bass tone. I listen to mostly 60-70-80's music and more and more I'm noticing how much I missed the boat on that big fat soulful P-bass tone. Getting ready to do an 80's rock hits tribute band and I'm leaning towards buying one of the new Fender P-basses just released. I did own three Fenders, a Gibson, and a Ric in the 70's into the early 80's. Then I discovered Ibanez. The main reason I went Ibanez is because the Fenders had dead spots, typically the G note on the E string, the D position on the A string, and a couple more I can't remember. I've read somewhere here on TB that Fender has found a way to eliminate the dead spots on the basses. Something to do with tuners and headstocks. Can someone confirm this? Please no passive aggressive snarkiness-- I'm seriously considering buying a Fender Precision lefty. I just want some input on the dead note issues I faced many years ago. Thanks in advance.