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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by starjag, Jan 15, 2020.
I recorded this video yesterday. This one really shines the Flea Jazz bass tone.
Lovely. Curious what pickups are those?
Sounds awesome dude.
Love the skates..
My Flea Sig has been my number one for a couple of years now. Love the balance, tone, weight, neck and looks.
I'll take a number of possible folks.
Bought a Flea about a year ago and it's one of my two "go to" basses.
Club is growing!
"Pure Vintage ’64 Jazz Bass single-coil pickups" in the (pink) Flea passive Jazz.
vs. "Vintage-style single-coil Jazz Bass pickups" in the Classic 60's and non-flea Road Worn Jazzes.
Thank you. I removed the original pickups and put in a set of Aguilar 4J-60 along with replacing the VTVT with a VVT control plate.
Those flea pickups are apparently somewhat sought after. I think they had been unavailable for a while.
How do you like the 4J-60's?
They are sought after. They have a great tone. The Aguilar's just work better all around for my finger tone and 2 pedals I use.
I want to see one with tug bar, mint guard and covers
This one has a few mods.
I do NOT like that, the knobs, those terrible fake dents..looks like a 5 year old banged it with a screwdriver 20 times. What did it go through, an acid bath?
Oh so pretty!
My Flea. Wonderful beast of a bass.
Just got one of these yesterday - what is the knob configuration? I'm coming from a Modulus with volume/bass/treble and this stacked knob thing makes absolutely no sense to me haha
Volume on top, tone below for middle pickup and the same for bridge pickup. Enjoy!
I did this the other day, though it may not be RW accurate. It helps the sound and feel immensely. At first I thought the bridge holes were off, but I think its the route for the pickup... It plays fine and sounds great.
Or both! Who cares about accuracy, looks great and will look better once the shiny metal gets some patina. Enjoy!
Thanks!! Hipshot does make a nice piece of metal too..
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