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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by barroso, Jul 13, 2002.
Have you ever seen or played a bass like this?!?
looks like a custom job. ive seen a couple nice custom p basses, one with dual active soapbars, almost exactly like this, beside the pups (im not sure what those are) and i think the one i saw had a dual band tone circuit on it. ive also seen p's routed out for big MM 'buckers, and even a triple split coil p-bass. i know bc rich makes dual split-coil pup basses, but this sucker had three of em! course, none of em were ever for sale. hehe
The pickups look like those fitted to the Telecaster bass and to prove my theory
I've never ever seen that bass before. it's gotta have a fat sound. I wonder what that bridge humbucker would sound like if soloed, ala Jaco?
Did you found the P on this URL ?
Someone post it in my thread ("I fell in love") we were talking about a "custom" Pbass ....
Like I said on the other thred, that P-bass isn't going to sound like a "P-Bass" It might sound good but it will not sound like a classic Fender P-bass. Someone please buy it so we could hear what it sounds like. um kay!
it's on sale for 850 at guitarai. you are correct icks!
it's a japanese limited edition or something similar..
It's interesting, but I'd leave it alone.
Sorta reminds me of Jeff Berlin's old highly-customized P-bass, except his had Bart soapbars (in the same location), and it didn't come from Fender that way!
After looking at this bass several times now, I agree it's not going to sound at all like a traditional Fender P.
I envision a fatter tone, slightly more bottom, less highs, and less mids than a stock P.
The might be a great bass for a blues gig!
Yeah, I posted it...pretty sure it's gone by now, as that site hasn't been updated in over a month. Pups are not the same as those on the Tele Bass (mudbuckers), who knows what is hiding under those metal covers - maybe even two J pups side by side?
yesterday the bass was still available...