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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by west al, Jul 4, 2017.
The Am. Pro. Series Basses are getting played more.
I love the oly white/maple…
Hey Ghastly, You're member #2 in The Official Fender Am. Pro. Bass Club.
I like that Jazz also. I had a few Am. Std. Jazzes in that configuration myself.
If it had pearl dots or pearloid block inlays on maple it would look amazing.
Almost a cross between the AC Jazz, or the USA GL Jazz. Either features would look good.
Yes, with the Am Pro accents.
I really do like the Pearl block inlays from the USA GL Jazz. I'm still not up on the Mint Green PG's on the Am. Pro.'s.
Hope someone starts a Pro P bass club.
How is a Pro different from a Std.?
Waiting for an Am. Pro. P bass body with an Am. Std. J bass neck ... which club may I apply for ?
Different neck shape(with narrow frets), upgraded pickups & machine heads. I think they look great. Haven't had the chance to play one but if they are like or better than the MIA Standards, I would buy one sight unseen knowing I'm getting a great axe.
Sure. I'll join.
I had no intention of buying an AmPro -- until I played one. There definitely are substantive differences from the AmStd (also fine basses), mostly in terms of the neck. I don't need a number, but I'm digging my rosewood Olympic White AmPro P.
Let's just say "different pickups"
Why in brackets?
I'd like to see the difference between they V-mods and the 4th gen. installed on my Am. Elite P bass ...
I'd like one of those too. Where they at?
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