#1
Well, i have been staring at my friends P-bass for a while.
I played it for hours on end, fiddling with my e-q, trying to make it sound the way i wanted.

I came to the conclusion that there simply wasnt enough output coming from his pickup. I seem to like that "hot" sound coming from high-output pup's.

Now i know i could probably just drop in a seymour duncan quarter pounder
pup in there to fix the problem. But i was thinking, if i just put 4 standard p-bass pups in line, would it simply gain more and more output?

I think that if it sounded even remotely good, the LOOK of four pup's in line, would just be pretty bad***. Has this been done before?

Im not starting any work yet, just getting ideas.

Also, i HATE the neck on a p-bass (small hands), but love the feel of the jass bass neck. Can you mate the jass neck to a P-style body?

Thanks guys.
#2


You mean like that? Yeah, it's definately possible, although i'm not sure how they're wired.

I'm pretty sure you can interchange the necks, too.
#3
By the looks of it theres just two pickups with thier own volume and tone knobs. You could add a three way switch to that. My advice would be look up a guitar wiring diagram for two humbuckers or a les paul style guitar and just put those pickups where the humbuckers would be in the diagram.
#4
I say put a p bass pickup and then get a HUMBUCKER for the bridge!! You know like the american deluxe models and also yes the necks are interchangeable.

Have a black body with a red tortoise shell pickguard, they look beastly and the quarter pounder would be a good idea yes.