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Fender Roadworn Precision Bass

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Fender Roadworn Precision Bass Fiesta Red.
Features worn nitrocellulose finish maple c shaped neck
reverse tuners , vintage style 4 saddle bridge.
Anodized scratch plate.
Bass is in V. Good condition strung with thomastick flatwounds
the bass is on the lighter side and with original gigbag.
Dates to 2009-10.

Edited by wibbler21

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I have one of these, in sunburst. They are absolutely amazing basses. Mine is the best P bass I've ever played. Wish I could justify owning another, as these look lovely in roadworn Fiesta Red. Don't know the weight of mine, but it's the lightest Fender P I've ever picked up. The neck feels lovely too.

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Wow! This lovely bass is still here?
They're now over £1,100 new - so this is a good price

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Lovely, if only.
Biggest gear mistake I ever made....ever is flipping a new v lightweight RW P body which I imported from The Stratosphere guys .....have looked back through my Ebay account but the details have gone....oh the pain. What was I bloody thinking.

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