#1
does the bc rich warlock or any bass that has p style pickups sound like a precision????????
Last edited by MiracleBass at Nov 20, 2007,
#2
When they say p-style pickups that means that they're split coil.
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#3
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When they say p-style pickups that means that they're split coil.


Exactly.

It may have a few characteistics similar, but remember, all pickups sound different. Brand, number of winds, the magnets used etc. all contribute to the sound of the pickup.

Also remember that the woods and other materials used contribute just as much to the sound as the elcetronics used. Best example I can think of is the Warwick Corvette Standard. The ash and bubinga versions are identical other than the body wood, yet have a completely different feel and overall tone.
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#4
Another thing...
Why would you want a B.C. rich to sound like a Precision?
That are two very opposite bass-guitars... actually...