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DiMarzio DP122 Model P
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Bass Pickup from DiMarzio belonging to the Standard Bass series.

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  • DiMarzio DP122 Model PPublished on 05/03/12 at 08:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have always used a Ibanez Roadster Bass.
    I know the Fender Precision pickups, this is my only reference for comparison.
    The micro growls ferociously.
    The bass is solid, the attack appears in the mix better than the pickups Fender American Standard (the one I know).
  • DiMarzio Model P DP122

    DiMarzio DP122 Model PPublished on 01/10/11 at 15:00
    I was building a P-bass project and needed a pickup. I had heard DiMarzio made good pickups and well everything I heard was true!

    This is a black, split-coil Precision bass pickup. Model: P DP122.

    I bought this at my local music shop. Right around $50 or $60. I also bought a CTS wiring kit to compliment the already great pickup.

    It fit just as it should with no mods.

    The tone is fierce! It is loud and mean. The mids growl. Everything you want and more from a P-bass pickup.

    There is no unwanted noise from the pickup.

    It wired up no problem.

    None at all, I am very pleased with this pickup.

    I've gigged with my project P-bass for close to 8 years. Knock on wood, no......
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    I was building a P-bass project and needed a pickup. I had heard DiMarzio made good pickups and well everything I heard was true!

    This is a black, split-coil Precision bass pickup. Model: P DP122.

    I bought this at my local music shop. Right around $50 or $60. I also bought a CTS wiring kit to compliment the already great pickup.

    It fit just as it should with no mods.

    The tone is fierce! It is loud and mean. The mids growl. Everything you want and more from a P-bass pickup.

    There is no unwanted noise from the pickup.

    It wired up no problem.

    None at all, I am very pleased with this pickup.

    I've gigged with my project P-bass for close to 8 years. Knock on wood, no problems whatsoever with the pickup.

    The screws have began to rust, but hey, I PLAY this bass. If it gets out of hand I will replace the screws, but it looks cooler as is.

    If you want more growl and low mids coming from your P-bass I suggest picking up this pickup.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • DiMarzio DP122 Model PPublished on 03/27/07 at 16:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I took these pickups to replace the original mark without a fender-like defrette, there is no other microphones as these on this bass is the first time I change pickups .
    sound has become much more precision, and dynamic right now I use a net with ropes course and more, giving her a hard, velvety.
    The bass and mids are very present, in fact, these microphones may be more suited to the low frets ... I'll have to test, but J.
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