#1
Alright folks I have a Kramer bass that I use as a knock around bass around the studio and when I need to cover for my bass player at rehearsal sometimes, however the electronics are garbage. They sound really thin and dull, and It is in a P Bass configuration. I'd like to get some new pickups that will fit in the same configuration but will give me a fuller sound. I'm in the U.S and I would like to not spend more than 70 USD if at all possible. So what would you recommend?
Gear:
1987 Charvel Model II
2010 Carvin ST300C
1990 Charvette 100
1991 Ibanez RG560M
2006 Fender Mexi Strat
Jackson/Charvel Star W/ Custom Graphics.
Ovation CP 247 Acoustic
Line 6 POD HD Pro X
Pro Tools 9

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#2
I have a set of these in my P-bass and they thump pretty good.
http://www.seymourduncan.com/products/bass-pickups/pbass/passive/spb3_quarterpou/
They should be right around 70 bucks.
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#4
If you are looking for a bright punchy sound, the Seymour duncan quarter pounders are a good choice. I put a set in myAccubass and love the tone. They're easy to install as well