Hello, bass friends. Just like everyone and their brother, I occasionally like to do demo videos of music gear. Nothing serious, just once in a while for fun. Since P’s are so popular, it would seem to make sense to use one of those to do the demos. That way the P people have a decent reference point for what they are hearing. However, I don’t own one. With so many options out there, and never having owned a P before, I’m not sure which way to go. I want to keep it as cheap as possible, but don’t want to “underspend” and get something that isn't quite authentic-sounding, and/or needs upgrades and elbow grease. Looking for something out-of-the-box good to go. So, here is the question to you: What would your recommendation be for the least expensive way to do this (achieve a classic P bass tone for recording)? Would something like this do it? Or would this need upgrades, in your opinion? Or could one get something just as good, but cheaper, going the Glarry route, for example? Squier Electric Affinity Series Precision P-Bass PJ - musical... Thanks in advance for any help!