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What kind of pickup should i choose???? help!!!

Discussion in 'Pickups & Electronics [BG]' started by Skepp, Apr 11, 2006.

  1. Skepp


    Apr 6, 2006
    What kind of pickup should i choose for my fender p-bass with maple fretboard. I'm lookin' for something around
    80's Heavy Metal Exc. Accept, Europe, Dio, Wasp

    Please help me!!:bawl:
  2. Seymour Duncan Quarter Pounders?

    Just a suggetion
  3. Dimarzio Will Power Middle Pickups...
    I have them in my bass, and I play the same music as you along with some slap and progressive metal.

    They are really great, real oud so you can cut through all the distortion, and awesome tone, great for rock!
  4. Skepp


    Apr 6, 2006
    Thx! now i just have to flip a coin :p to decide wich one i should choose :p Thx :smug:
  5. Correlli


    Apr 2, 2004
    New Zealand
    Dimarzio Model P.

    You'll slice though the mix like a hot knife though butter!!

    You could fool the audience into thinking there's a 3rd guitarist.
  6. bannedwit


    May 9, 2005
    Buffalo, NY

    They are very hot, yet passive, pickups and really add aggression to the P-Bass.

    They are so loud that I throw my -10db (or 15db?) switch on my amp when playing it and treat it as I would an active bass.

  7. The Will Power is veeery similar to the Model P, its basically the Model P wiht a few modifications like covered pole pieces, and theres a lil bit more mid range and bass, unoticable difference really.

    Model P:
    Bass :7
    Mids: 7

    Will Power:
  8. Akami

    Akami Four on the floor

    Mar 6, 2005
    These are great pickups. You will not recognize your bass as the same instrument after installing one.
  9. walkerci


    Mar 7, 2006
    Orlando, FLA
    I put Reverend 10K P-Bass Pups in my Ibanez Blazer yesterday. $18.00 !!! :hyper:


    These Pups are huge, deep, and fat.
    Tons on Tones.
    Passive, but with the output level of Active Pups.

    I have to leave my amp input at the Active level, which is a plus because my other axe is an Active Warwick.
  10. lpdeluxe

    lpdeluxe Still rockin'

    Nov 22, 2004
    Deep E Texas
    I just installed an SD Quarter Pounder in a P bass. Very deep voice, loud, and potentially aggressive, depending on the amp settings.
  11. hammer2748


    Feb 22, 2002
    Hartford, CT

    Got 'em in my MIM Precision. It sounds spectacular. Really fat bottom but plenty aggressive if needed.


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