Will bump this now and then until I lose the will to live ...
I have for sale the original, used-once 9v 2-band, four-pot electronic innards from a Warwick Rockbass Streamer NT.
NB: This came from a bass with active pickups. There's one used with passive pickups below. I can't discern any physical difference, but hey.
The part number is SP - RB125 and normally sells for a snadge over £50 plus postage from Germany.
Details here: https://shop.warwick.de/en/pickups/accessories-parts/bass-electronics/21366/active-electronic-for-passive-pus-vol-balmn250k-treble-bass No longer available?
Controls are volume, pup blend, bass and treble. Knobs available should you need them.
Pots marked as follows (wire wraps are labelled): Volume Alpha A25kΩ; pup blend (M?)N250K; Treble B 50K; Bass none found, presumed covered in solder! Everything was removed by a proper luthier, not me. Electronics mystify me.
So on the off-chance you have a Rockbass with four holes, and a broken preamp, this is your replacement.
It's vaguely possible you might think of another use for it but I can't, and I won't hold my breath waiting for suggestions.
Price includes delivery. Fill your bootses.
£20 posted to anywhere in the UK.
this is a drop in replacement for danelectro basses. I had it on a 56. Please note the holes aren’t in the right place for my Korean longhorn -it would have required drilling 2 new holes in the bass. I’m not sure about the newer longhorns. Distance between the two hole midpoints is 7.6cm. Two of the screws are somewhat worn /stripped but still usable.
So as I wrote in another post last night I fell in love with my first bass ever and old main an Aria Pro II Laser Electric Classic last night.
But while the neck/midle position pickup which is an about big soapbar size humbucker, I assume split coil reverse P like pickup judging from the pole pieces, has a quite high output, a nice fairly aggressive character and sounds amazing the bridge J type pickup sounds really weak, thin and anemic, so I am pondering on replacing it.
However a regular J pickup won't fit into the cavity as the screw holes on this is at the ends of the length of the pickup, missing room for the screw hole ears on the side, though, except for missing the side screw hole ears, the cavity is slightly wider and longer than a regular J pickup cavity.
To be exact the bridge pickup cavity is about 26.5mm (1.043") wide , 119mm (4.685") long, and the string spacing at the bridge pickup placement is about 16.5mm (0.65").
This as far as I have been able to conclude makes room for either a Tele bass type pickup, though the pole spacing of those will be way too close together for the actual string spacing of my bass at the bridge pickup cavity, or a Strat guitar pickup, which, to make sure it covers the strings, would have to be a blade style one, I have checked and the blade would typically be just about 60mm long, while the overall string span at the bridge pickup on my bass is just about 50mm (I don't actually care about some of the cavity being left not filled out by the pickup at all).
So far having looked through Seymour Duncan and DiMarzio's offerings for blade Strat pickups, particularly judging from the DC Resistance/Output and tone profile information on the home pages, the DiMarzio DP182 Fast Track 2 blade humbucker Strat guitar pickup seems to be closest to the the kind of pickup I would be looking for, which is high output, pronounced mids and not too pronounced highs, but I am definitely open to other suggestions that'll fit those criteria and will fit the pickup cavity.
So anyone got any suggestions to alternatives I should look into for this?
Here's a pickture of the pickups in my Aria Pro II Laser Electric to give you a better idea :