I’ve played close to a dozen of the new Fenders Players Series P basses, even owned two that I ended up returning. They were bought online and ended up having neck and fret issues and I just didn’t like the sound of the one with the maple board. The local GC got a new Players P in a few days ago. Perfect neck, great fretwork with no sharp edges, light for a P bass...plugged it in and within 30 seconds I said yep, that’s the one. Just has a nice, beefy tone to it I haven’t heard in the other Players Ps I have played. Perfect P sound. So you can play 7-8 of the exact same basses but all can sound a bit different and sometimes one just really stands out. What is it? The cut of wood? Pickup wound slightly different? The good bass was made on the right day of the week?