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Vintage Bass Bridge Assembly.
Similar to the '62 Jazz Bass less the extra middle mounting screw, pickup cover, and thumbrest holes.
These are 4.0" pickups for a 5-string bass from Lace's environmentally friendly Alumitone series.
Restore your J Bass® to its full authentic glory.
Upgrade your bass tuning machines. 20 to 1 gear ratio ensures years of accurate tuning.
Deep-sounding with great low-end definition.
By combining the Model One LF pickup as the "woofer" with a split P, DiMarzio Model P, or DiMarzio Model J as...
This is a high-output true single-coil pickup set for 5-string bass guitar. Recommended for blues, classic...
4-ply, 13-hole pickguard for '62 American Vintage Precision Bass, American Series Precision Bass, American...
Warmth, sustain, and a clean, singing tone.
The MM2920 5-String P-Bass Replacement neck is constructed of maple and an rosewood fingerboard fitted with 20...
"D" tune your Japanese-made Fender with the BT10 Extender key.
Side-by-side setup with ceramic magnet and steel core for fatter tone. Direct replacement for all Fender and...
The DiMarzio Model P® pre-wired pickguard is a hum-cancelling two-piece pickup and pickguard that brings big,...
Adds depth and smooth tone.
Keeping your tone tight and on point comes down to making sure your bass is operating in sync with all of its other parts. If you’re looking to make a few tweaks to your sound, it’s a good idea to have a few extra components on hand. There are an array of pickups that you can switch out to try and improve your tone, replacement necks, bridges and keys, even entire bass bodies. No matter what kind of customization you’re looking for there is a replacement part that will make your bass truly one of a kind. If you’re looking to freshen up some of your bass hardware or just want to have a few extras on hand there are options like the Hipshot Tuning HB6Y Tuning Machine Set and the Sperzel Bass Tuning Keys. These are just a couple of choices that allow you to replace a bass tuning key should the need arise. Having these available ensures your strings are always precisely tuned and ready to rock. Whether you’re an enthusiast looking to build your own bass or you just want to change the look of one of the parts, there are a host of wooden bass components that can do the job. Want to change the color of your bass body? The Mighty Mite MM2702 or the Fender USA Jazz Bass Alder body can easily make that happen. Dealing with a damaged neck or just want to upgrade the material? Try the Fender Jazz Bass Neck 20 Medium Frets or the Mighty Mite MM 2909. Creating a bass that embodies your signature style is simple when you make little modifications like these. Another option available to help customize your bass is a great array of pickups. These small devices control the output of your bass and are responsible for your overall tone. While using the included pickup is all well and good, it’s a good idea to take a look at some of the options available that might help your bass sound even better. If you’re looking to add some vintage tone, try a single coil pickup like the Joe Barden J-style option. Want and open, clear response? Then an active pickup like the EMG PJ-X is probably more up your alley. Pickups come in a variety of configurations that can easily help you get the tone you want. The various parts of your bass all contribute to how it sounds and looks. When one is not performing to the best of its ability, it’s great to have a few extras on hand. If you’re looking to truly take your practice to the next level, there are a range of options you can use to create a signature tone that’s all your own.