First and foremost, I apologise for the length of this thread. I have about $300 (AU) to burn and as that isn't enough for a new bass, not that I need one. I was thinking of modding out my Squier P as it is completely stock and I feel I could a lot more out of it in terms of tone. I was thinking new pups but as I am quite new to the whole bass modding kinda thing I came here for some advice. Feel free to share your ideas on how I can get the best out of my bass and how I would actually go about installing the changes. Here's a little personal playing info from me: - Into a lot of prog / tech metal and avant-garde stuff, but certainly not limited to it. - I like a little bit of growl in the tone but then again, I'm a big fan of the really warm, resonant sound like that of a fretless. - Prominently a finger player. - Currently playing through a Fender 210/250 Rumble Combo. Squier by Fender Standard P Bass Special 5 5-String Bass Features: * 5-string * Solid agathis body * Standard 5-Saddle bridge * Single-Coil Precision Jazz mid pickup * Single-Coil Jazz Bass bridge pickup * 20 medium jumbo frets * 2 volume, 1 tone control * Polyurethane finish * Rosewood fingerboard, 12" radius * Chrome hardware * Multi-ply pickguard * Standard, 4-over, 1-under open-gear tuners * Bolt-on neck joint * Maple neck, C-shape * 34" scale length * Width at nut: 2.008" * Knurled chrome dome control knobs * Dot inlays And lastly, a picture.