Disclaimer: Sorry folks, I'm afraid that due to how this club turned out, basically being hijacked by trolls. I see it in every ones best interest that I'll disband it. For further information about this I refer to this post by me: The Official "I never owned a P Bass, and don't intend acquiring one" Club!, as well as my response to ProgressiveDoom in this post: The Official "I never owned a P Bass, and don't intend acquiring one" Club! Edit: Please be kind and specifically ask for a number if you are interested, hard to tell for me if you just wanted to chime in on the topic or actually want a number in case you are not specifying. I haven't owned that many basses, but I never actually owned a pure P bass. My first bass was an Aria Pro II, which basically had a P/J configuration, even if the pickup design is slightly different, then I got a Rickenbacker 4003, a Jerry Jones Longhorn with 2 lipstick tube pickups, a violin bass style bass with 2 of those typical violin bass pickups, a Warmoth with a Rickenbacker style neck pickup and a guitar rail type humbucker in the bridge and now my main is an Ibanez Mikro which has a P/J configuration. Think I've always used both pickups full up on all those basses. Only bass I ever owned with only one pickup (not a P though), even if I had an extra slide in pickup to replace it with, was a Dan Armstrong Plexi Bass, and didn't care for neither the tone or feel of that, so that went quickly out the door again. Don't think I would be satisfied with the tone that just one pickup could provide, even if I am a one tone set and forget type of guy. So this club is for everyone who: 1. Never owned a pure P bass 2. If their bass in fact is equipped with 1 or more P pickups don't ever use just a single P 3. Never intend buying a P bass Should a member at some point acquire a P bass anyway, I will make sure their membership of this club will be suspended immediately!