From low-down reggae riffs to growling rock, our Precision Plus pickup is designed for the bassist who needs maximum tonal variety just by altering their pick attack. Wound just a hair hotter than vintage P-Bass pickups, the Precision Plus use specially treated magnets that maximise the tonal colours available.
Wound on vulcanised fibreboard just like the originals, you’ll love the look and feel of these pickups. Designed to be easily installed on any USA or Mexican instrument they also fit the majority of import P-bass style guitars.
Mr. L. Adams –
Would definitely recommend these Bass pickups.
I couldn’t find many reviews but when on the basis that my guitar tech recommended them and the guitar ones had good reviews. I am using them this morning, they are much louder with a much better sound. I did have to get the body of the guitar shielded due to the background noise but that is just a reflection of the power in these pickups.
Would buy again quite happily
bigger headphones –
I was rebuilding an old 80s Sunn p-bass and took a punt on these. I have to say I’m very impressed. Great vintage bass sounds to be had with flats and enough push for some good post punk grind with roundwound. Very responsive to string choice and picking style. Definitely worth the money and more.
Cheap bass given new pots and needed a good spilt pup without breaking the bank. To my surprise these were substantially better than I was expecting. Good low end and no tinny highs. Easily compressed and equalized. Great for DI recording. Highly recommend.
Adrian Forrester –
There pretty good, way better than the stock pickups in my cheap bass with a good range and volume. The only reason I don’t give 5 stars is that even though they are good (very good at this price point) they are still lacking compared to some others which would have cost £20 more but not by much. So for a budget build on my cheap bass I bought second hand for £30 they are brilliant, would I fit them to my good bass, no I would spend a little more.
D. J. Falder –
Fitted to a Yamaha rbx170 this pickup doesn’t make it sound just like my MiM standard P bass but it’s so much closer than the standard pick up will ever be. I honestly can’t find a bad point with this pickup for the price and would highly recommend it as a replacement for anything other than the high end bass guitars standard issue pick ups.
Martin Howitt –
Completely transformed an old Squire bass (that was given to me for free). The stock pickups were underwhelming. The Toneriders are a huge improvement. Bags more punch and “grunt”. As good, if not better than more mainstream bramds that are 2 or 3 times the price.
I’d definitely recommend these as an upgrade for stock pickups.
Awesome upgrade…my P has just got a huge tonal increase. I’m a blues man and these have given the tone I was looking for. Superb VFM.
Hi, I am building p basses as a hobby and these are cheap, but very good pickups. The latest one reads 10.94k and its the same sound you would expect with US62 precision bass reissue . Dont spend too much, when you can buy these nice pickups with a great tone and ideal output.
rufusevans27 (verified owner) –
Just upgraded the Pickup in my Yamaha rbx-260, the precision plus is just perfect. Fantastic response, an absolute no-brainer bargain. Any budget p bass could benefit from this pickup.
Steve C –
I was never happy with the pickups in my Squier P bass and someone recommended these. I didn’t expect much for £35 but they’re far better than expected. Far more punch than the original pickups, much hotter and more clarity. I tune down to drop A# and these are the best pickups I’ve tried in terms of clarity at these low frequencies, other pickups just turn to mush.
Kyle C (verified owner) –
Excellent, well rounded pickup. Goes from punchy to so low without getting muddy, cuts through the mix very nicely. I will definitely be putting these in my backup bass too.