Alright y'all, I've got a bit of a dilemma here: by far, the bass that feels the best for me to play is a 2004 Epiphone Goth Thunderbird. I love the thin C-neck, weirdly in love with the high action necessitated by the 3 point bridge, the thing's just comfortable for me. However, the best sounding bass I have is a self-built (from parts) P-J with two quarter pounders. I just hate playing the thing. The neck is a baseball bat, I can't get the action quite right, and as soon as I fix one issue, another pops up. I've tried to force it on myself for months now, cause it sounds great, but I've given up at this point. So in a sort of last ditch effort before I try something really out there, I was wondering: is there a way I could get my Thunderbird to sound like a P bass (I rarely use the J, or them blended)? I don't wanna go active, or cut holes in the thing.