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Fender Squier SQ 84/85 japan p bass- awesome- Sold.
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[size=5]Fender Squier SQ 84/85 japan precision bass. Serial number: SQ39676.[/size]
[size=5]Everything original, great condition, neck is clean, frets with lot of life in it, some minor dings&scratches on the body, for no mention at all.[/size]
[size=5]Great piece of early japanese craftmanship, sounds awesome![/size]
[size=5]3.8 kg.[/size]
[size=5]Thomann fat gigbag included.[/size]
[size=5]Fresh installed new EB Slinky cobalt 45-105 strings.[/size]
[size=6]Sold.[/size]
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[url="http://s296.photobucket.com/user/tonci2/media/SQ-1_zpsayvzwb4k.jpg.html"][size=7][u]Daddario flats installed..... [/u][/size] :rolleyes:[/url][url="http://s296.photobucket.com/user/tonci2/media/SQ-1_zpsayvzwb4k.jpg.html"] [/url][url="http://s296.photobucket.com/user/tonci2/media/SQ-1_zpsayvzwb4k.jpg.html"][/url]
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I don't have any sound samples, sorry, but you can imagine that p rounds bass groove... :rolleyes:

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I had one of these a few years ago, one of the very best Precisions I've ever played and absolutely immaculately put together.

The SQs were Fujigen's second series of Squiers, following the now legendary JVs, and quality is on a par.

GLWTS!

Jon.

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Oh man, this with D'addario flats will be awesome. Don't tempt me, I only just got down to 3 basses haha.
I had a black/black/rosewood E series a few years ago (the serial prefix after SQ), and it was just brilliant, probably one of my very very few regretted sales.

This will be an awesome P-bass for someone!

Si

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[quote name='Ian Davies' timestamp='1465758776' post='3070807']
Do you know what wood the body is made from?
[/quote]
Alder.

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[quote name='Sibob' timestamp='1465807572' post='3071047']
Oh man, this with D'addario flats will be awesome. Don't tempt me, I only just got down to 3 basses haha.
I had a black/black/rosewood E series a few years ago (the serial prefix after SQ), and it was just brilliant, probably one of my very very few regretted sales.

This will be an awesome P-bass for someone!

Si
[/quote]
Indeed, the SQ series just seem to sound and play better than MIA standard p basses.

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