Fender Original 1962 P Bass Pickup

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Vintage style, tone, and value!

Lay down the low end with the Fender Original 62 P Bass Pickup -- accurate reproductions of the pickups from the 1962 Precision Bass -- used on the American Vintage '62 P Bass. This split-coil humbucking Fender pickup is made with flush-mounted Alnico V magnets, enamel-coated magnet wire and cloth output wires to deliver the big, bad bass and snappy high-end sound that's perfect for any style of music! Would you expect any less from the company that invented the electric bass?

Features
  • Split-coil humbucker
  • Flush-mounted Alnico V magnets
  • Enamel-coated magnet wire

A round, tight bottom, lots of mids, snappy highs, balanced tone, and a fantastic price - what more do you want? Order a set now!

 

Original 1962 P Bass Pickup Specifications:

  • DC resistance: 10.5kOhms
  • Inductance: 6.4 henries
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Original '62 P Bass Pickup

By funkmeister79

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Comments about Fender Original 1962 P Bass Pickup:

I got this pickup to replace the stock pickup in a '93 Fender MIM P-bass. The stock pickup wasn't terrible, it just wasn't all that articulate. Sounded sort of dull across all frequencies. Very glad that I picked this replacement up. The difference is subtle, but it's there. The stock pickup was flab, whereas this one is muscle. Much better articulation of notes, particularly in the low and high ends.

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