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Precision Bass Pickups

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    Fender Original 1962 P Bass Pickup
    Your Price $61.93
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    Fender Custom Shop '62 P Bass Pickups
    Your Price $119.99
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    EMG Geezer Butler Signature P Bass Pickup Set
    Your Price $109.00
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    Seymour Duncan SPB-4 Steve Harris Signature Precision Bass Pickup
    Your Price $89.00
  5. Seymour Duncan SPB-2 Hot Precision Bass Pickup
    Your Price $75.00
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    DiMarzio DP127 Split P Replacement Pickup for Fender P Bass
    From Price $84.99
  7. Seymour Duncan SPB-1 Vintage Precision Bass Pickup Set
    Your Price $75.00
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    DiMarzio Model P DP122 Replacement Pickup for Fender P Bass
    Your Price $69.99
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    Bartolini 8CBP Classic Pbass Split-Coil 4-String Bass Pickup
    Your Price $116.00
  10. EMG P-X Active Bass Pickup Set
    Your Price $119.00
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    EMG EMG-P Active P-Bass Pickup
    Your Price $104.00
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    Fender V-Mod Precision Bass Pickup Set
    Your Price $119.99
  13. EMG P Set Active Bass Pickup Set
    Your Price $120.00
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    Bill Lawrence PB1 Vintage Alnico P-Bass Pickup
    Your Price $54.95
  15. JBE Pickups (Barden) P-Style 4 String Bass Pickup Set
    Your Price $159.95
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    Basslines SPB-3 Quarter Pound P Bass Pickups
    Your Price $75.00
  17. EMG PHZ Passive Electric Bass Guitar Pickup
    Your Price $104.00
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The Precision Bass's incredible impact on modern popular music cannot be stressed enough. While it traditionally featured split-coil pickups (two halves of a single-coil pickup) to give it its fat and crisp signature sound, it didn't take long before companies started to make their own pickups to fit the Precision. Just look through this catalog and you'll see that respected manufacturers like EMG, DiMarzio, JBE and Seymour Duncan are dedicated to anyone who wants to customize their Precision bass sound.

For a better idea of which Precision bass pickup will best suit the tone you're hoping to achieve, you'll definitely want to take a closer look at each option. Starting with the more popular items is a great way to kick off your search, and the DiMarzio DP127 Split P Replacement Pickup for Fender P Bass is ideal for anyone who wants a crisp attack that rings loud and clear. Each half of the unique, double blade pickup is a complete humbucker and it's also EQd to broaden the range of your bass by extending both the low- and high-end response. Whether you play with your fingers or a pick, the Split P will certainly highlight the strongest traits of your bass-playing performance.

Or, maybe you're trying to move even closer to the sound of a vintage Fender Precision from the early '60s. If this sounds like what you're after, then the Fender Original 1962 P Bass Pickup is just the answer. These pickups are accurate reproductions of the pickups that were used on the American Vintage '62 P Bass. Made with flush-mounted Alnico V magnets, enamel-coated magnet wire and cloth output wires, the sound of these pickups is snappy, huge and perfect for any musical style.

If this section proves anything, it's that no matter how many opinions differ when it comes to bass tone, the unmistakable look and feel of a Precision Bass is preferred by bassists more often than not. Customizing or replacing your current pickups is a great way to freshen up your Precision sound, and as you can see from these options, there's no better time than now to make a change in your tone.
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