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Show your P/J Precision!

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by dvlmusic, Jan 31, 2013.


  1. dvlmusic

    dvlmusic

    Jul 24, 2010
    Alameda, CA
    I'm a recent convert to the P/J thing, and now it's become an obsession.:hyper: I want to see your P/J Precision basses, so whip 'em out, boys and girls.

    I'll start it off here:
     

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  2. Bass2daMix

    Bass2daMix Supporting Member

    Dec 11, 2009
    California
    Here is my RV5 PJ. ImageUploadedByTalkBass1359687718.611739.
     
  3. snyderz

    snyderz

    Aug 20, 2000
    AZ mountains
    What...This old thing?
     

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  4. Here is mine:

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  5. the art guy

    the art guy Supporting Member

    Jun 19, 2008
    Iowa
    I thought I had a pic of her solo, but can't find it. This will have to do. '83 Fullerton '57RI with Fralin P/Js.

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  6. dvlmusic

    dvlmusic

    Jul 24, 2010
    Alameda, CA
    This is great! Keep 'em coming!

    I'm really digging how versatile a tone it is. I've been moving towards a fatter, (as Bryan Beller puts it) more "chocolate tone" than the jazz bass I used for 15 years. I added Bill Lawrence pickups and it is SO hitting the spot right now. And I also dig how I haven't lost any of that classic P tone (which I've always thought of as a one-trick pony, albeit it an AWESOME trick), I've just opened it up a bit.

    Why did you all go P/J?
     
  7. ih8law

    ih8law

    Aug 8, 2009
    Houston, TX
    Fender Precision Bass Special with a Terrapin tort guard:

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  8. FunkyMcNasty

    FunkyMcNasty

    Dec 4, 2010
    CO
    Here you go.
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  9. CPplaysBASS

    CPplaysBASS

    Mar 17, 2007
    Ontario
    '10 Fender MIA P/J with MJS custom pickups (originally a standard P):
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    '86 Fender MIJ PJ Bass:
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    I typically have the bridge pickup on full, neck pickup at about 80% volume. Hum? yeah, that's the beauty of true single coils. Not a problem at all for me personally :)
     
  10. BillyB_from_LZ

    BillyB_from_LZ Supporting Member

    Sep 7, 2000
    Chicago
    It started out as a J/J on P body and I turned it into this:

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  11. dvlmusic

    dvlmusic

    Jul 24, 2010
    Alameda, CA
    Bump for more pics
     
  12. topcat2069

    topcat2069

    Dec 2, 2007
    Palm Springs
    Not a Fender ...but a P-JJ

    Bill Lawrence P-46 and an Am. Dlx P 5 bridge pickup...
     

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  13. nostatic

    nostatic Supporting Member

    Jun 18, 2004
    los angeles, CA
    Endorsing Artist: FEA Labs
    Does this count?

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  14. dvlmusic

    dvlmusic

    Jul 24, 2010
    Alameda, CA
    Man, I am LOVING my Bill Lawrence pickups. I can't say enough about them.
     
  15. dvlmusic

    dvlmusic

    Jul 24, 2010
    Alameda, CA
    And this is just ****ing gorgeous!
     
  16. T-birdfan

    T-birdfan

    Jan 29, 2001
    Ontario, Canada
    Pbass deluxe active. Love it.
     

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  17. Fran Diaz

    Fran Diaz

    Mar 28, 2002
    Santander, Spain
    Bassist
    '05 Sadowsky NYC Ultra Vintage PJ4

    - one-piece solid flamed ash body.
    - 8.36 lbs

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  18. aasti3000

    aasti3000

    Jul 18, 2012
    Here's my baby. Fender Precision Deluxe V. Thinking about adding black block inlays...what do y'all think?

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  19. taurus1

    taurus1

    Sep 13, 2006
    Vancouver B.C.
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  20. BillyB_from_LZ

    BillyB_from_LZ Supporting Member

    Sep 7, 2000
    Chicago

    I wouldn't, especially with a tortoise pickguard. If they're cleanly removable, then there's little risk in doing it if you want to give it a try.