Up for sale, a 2002 ESP-made Seymour Duncan DP-95R in excellent condition and in perfect working order. An upscale iteration of the P Bass platform produced in Japan by ESP and marketed under the Seymour Duncan name, this Traditional Series bass captures the look and feel of a Fender, loaded with a SPB-3 Quarter Pounder Basslines pickup.
Tonewoods include an alder body, maple neck, and thick slab rosewood fretboard. The SPB-3 pickup has oversized 1/4“ diameter pole pieces, offering a full, fat and punchy sound with great midrange presence and a broad frequency range. Rolling back the Tone knob can achieve a pillowy thump that doesn't lack in authority and roundness. This DP-95R weighs 8lbs 13oz, professionally setup here at Mike & Mike’s Guitar Bar with 45-100 roundwound strings, comfortable action, and spot-on intonation.
-Shape: Medium C, generous shoulders, measuring .860” 1st fret, .965” 12th fret
-Fretboard: Rosewood slab, 7 1/4” vintage-spec radius
-Frets: Original, medium jumbo, light wear on frets 1-6
-Scale Length: 34”
-Nut: 1 11/16”
-Tuners: Nickel-plated Fender-style with clover buttons
-Neck Heel/Pocket: Handwritten model name in neck pocket, neck heel date stamp reads 2002-8.28
-Pickups: Seymour Duncan SPB-3 Quarter Pound Basslines
-Harness: Full-size Noble pots, paper-in-oil tone cap
-Hardware: Flat-topped knurled knobs, bridge base with threaded saddles
-Plastics: Three-ply white pickguard
The gloss Lake Placid Blue finish exhibits some light scuffing beyond the pickguard on either side of the pick path, an area of buckle rash central to the back, and a number of minor dings along the lower bout perimeter and on the back. A pair of bridge cover mounting holes have also been doweled and touched-up. The smooth gloss on the neck profile is nigh flawless.
The original ESP-branded gigbag is included.