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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Ampig, Nov 30, 2001.
Who, if anybody, makes a quality P-bass with a Jazz size neck?
Here ya go.
Sadowsky will do it. www.sadowsky.com
yeah, but the one crappy thing about that bass is that there's no way that that bass will not hum if you use the J pickup unless you replace it with a humbucker.
would be a pretty badass bass with a set of nice pickups though.
Is it an MIJ?
It's an MIM I believe.
You can make it from Warmoth parts.
How much do you think it would cost to build a Warmouth like that Fender?
Surf around on www.warmoth.com and see for yourself. It won't be cheap, but you will get top quality parts for your money. I figure something like, what, $600? It all depends on what options you choose.
Yes, the deluxe is MIM.
You could always buy any P bass you like and just go to Warmoth, Mighty-Mite, etc and get a jazz size neck for it as well.
SIMPLE: A G&L BASS WITH A NECK #6
Mike Lull will do you a Lull P-Bass with a jazz neck.
or you could just buy my bass!
its a 1968 Fender Pbass with a refin of "lime green"(it was a custom color from that era), the neck has been changed to a Warmoth birdseye maple/birdseye maple '62 Jazz reissue neck with schaller tuners.
if interested at all, gimme a jingle
(maybe its the wrong forum, but it fit the topic so shoot me )
If you are looking for something a bit cheaper, i think that the Fender squire p-basses have got a jazz neck on them.
They are a bit cheaper - or you could buy a p-bass and jazz bass then swap the necks, but that would be silly .
Good Luck, Curtis
Why's it silly? I did it. I kept both of mine... but he could probably sell the P necked Jazz on ebay and get most of his money back.