Designed for 4 string Precision Basses of the American, American Standard, American Vintage, Standard and Deluxe series (not for 5 string Precision Basses).
There are 13 mounting screw holes and a truss-rod notch on the part. Neither the pickup cover screw holes nor the thumb rest are vintage in style
Two types of plastic are used. A 0-2 score. Two millimeters (0. Item no. 8-0. Thickening to 0.09 inch)
A top layer of protective film is double layered
1 bass pickguard is included with this package
Questions & Answers
Is it possible to put it on the Mexican P-38 Are you familiar with the Bass ?
It wouldn't make sense to me not to! There is no effect or change on the Pick guard layout on the 13 hole location when using the bridge pickup! There are no differences between my Pbass and yours! Overall, one and the same! Fits very well and you'll love it! You can always return items to Amazon if they don't meet your expectations!
Do you think that it would work with a 2002 Squier affinity P ?
It worked well with my Squire II bass even though the pickup holes had to be modified. It was worth a shot for the money
Is this going to fit on the Squier affinity PJ ?
The Affinity P- works well with this Because I am not familiar with the PJ-Bass, I can't confirm whether it will fit This is bass. Nevertheless, it is difficult to believe that it will not happen. There is no harm in giving it a shot.
Selected User Reviews For Musiclily Pro 13 Hole P Bass Pickguard for 4 String Precision Bass Modern Style, 1Ply Glossy Black
I was quite impressed! The bass I have had for 31 years is a 1988 Fender Precision bass
My Band started out as a travel band, but as I played in the local scene, it became my main musical instrument. Despite a lot of wear on the body of the bass, it still plays like new. There was only one downside, which was that the original pick guard (aka scratch plate) had cracked and broken near the plug jack. After 31 years of repeatedly stepping on the cable and pulling on the jack, the original pick guard finally broke due to the strain caused by 31 years of repeated stepping on the cable. Thus, I decided to get a new pick guard, and I chose the one shown here. How nice is this! I am totally blown away with how beautiful it Let me start by saying that it looks great! Two, I was pleasantly surprised at how easy and perfect the installation was. All of the holes lined up exactly. It's actually thicker than the scratch plate Fender originally put on the bass, which is one of the things I really like about it. There could have been an accident there. It is probably a few) Some of the holes on the original pick guard had been slightly stripped out by all those times I removed the pick guard to replace the not so impressive Fender pickups over the years. I used the larger screws, since I noticed the original screws were a bit smaller. You can get a really good scratch plate/pick guard for the money if you want. You have come to the right place!.
| May 31, 2021
5 stars out of 5 I love the way it fits and looks! A perfect fit for my American Standard P-shaped 3 year old The bass is even better than the original which was made out of I layered it over the new ones and I think it looks so much better than white
After I removed the original, I laid the new ones on top. The copy is exactly the same. Furthermore, it has full foil shielding and a notch at the bass of the neck where a truss rod adjustment can be made. I loved how easy it fit and how nice it looked. The plastic is composed of TWO layers as has been noted by others. This layer is thicker than the bottom layer. As soon as they are taken off, a thick layer of shiny tortoise shell is visible. I'm in love.
| Jun 24, 2021
It is both of great quality and value
Make sure you install it correctly! A really good value (in these days) these days. Follow these tips (i) Use mini tools and turn by hand no power tools. (3) Make sure to move Take your time. (1) It is my obligation to It was a waste to reuse 13 old screws and save 13 new The originals are the only ones that count. It's all right. After going in again, I was feeling better. While you're at it, give your instrument a good polish. (2) Make sure you put the pots in the right way To tighten the nut, start with a slow and careful tightening It is always good to move slowly through any step.
| Dec 19, 2020
A Squier P-style rifle is not suitable You are warned You should not buy if you currently own a Squier Pbass
Squier Affinity PBass does not fit this cab. My Squier Pbass version of the previous version (not PJ) will not fit the screw-in option. In addition to smaller holes in the pickguard and pickups, the pickguard in the Squier has smaller holes as well. Using money for such a waste.
| Sep 25, 2020
The price is wonderful, and the quality is fantastic
It's a great item at a great price and looks great on my vintage Fender Those Fender P basses with later model thumb rest holes do not have thumb rest holes. Yet it is very well made and fits my 78' P bass perfectly, as well as looks very good!.
| May 08, 2021
We missed the Squier Affinity Precision by a mile
I mean a few millimeters in several places, and I mean a mile. A cut-off date has been set Similarly, the hole for the pickups and the cut out at the neck of the pick guard were too small. The laser cutting they probably use doesn't even come close when you think about the precision they're The only thing I know is that it won't fit a Squier Precision Bass model from 2004.
| Sep 27, 2020
We are talking about the real thing here
This riff is perfect for a vintage P Bass. The real thing here is this. The "real" tortoise material (not the photo reproduction found on some cheap imitations) is the traditional type. I wore this to catch my American Professional P Bass, a white Olympic White. The guitar looks like it has been on the bass for decades. I would describe it as a reddish vintage tortoise. Considering it's only a quarter of the price of the Fender offering, it's an easy choice. It is definitely true what other reviews have said there are two layers of protection Two very different types of skin are present, one thick and easy to remove and one very thin and a bit tricky. It would be possible to keep that pick guard on to "protect" the cheap pick guard, but that would leave little bubbles on the surface, and you wouldn't be able to see the true color )
Order it now then.
| Jan 09, 2021
The pickguard is fantastic for the price, and comes with shielding (can't tell yet how well it performs), but the installation was a little bit difficult
I bought the cable for a P bass I imported so I wasn't expecting it to be perfect. However, I had expected the pickup holes to be routed to be the right size for standard P bass pickups. Mine were about 1/4" too small on the short sides, so I sanded them down a bit afterwards. You should think about your expectations before buying this. As long as you don't mind doing a little DIY, it's fantastic for the price.
| Sep 18, 2020