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Hi,

Selling my 2017 Fender Pino Palladino Custom Shop bass. Comes with certificate, original vintage tweed case and all relevant goodies. Absolute mint condition (it has been relic'ed from new). It's been used with flat wounds only so the fretwork is as new too.This is the best modern Precision bass I've tried (I have tried a couple before but none were as resonant and responsive as this one). Plays beautifully with a straight neck and very low action if desired. Fretwork is perfect.   Nice, straight neck. Looking for a straight sale.

Weight: 3.65 kg / 8 lbs

The Fender Custom Shop has meticulously reproduced Pino's '62 Precision Bass in all its glory, complete with a lightweight alder body, C-shape, quartersawn maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, custom-wound pickup, tortoise shell pickguard, and flatwound strings. The Fender Custom Shop Pino Palladino Precision Bass. 

Specs are as follows:

  • Select lightweight alder body, relic'd Fiesta Red nitrocellulose lacquer finish
  • C-shape, quartersawn straight-grain maple neck with nitrocellulose lacquer finish
  • Rosewood fingerboard with 7.25" radius and 20 vintage-style frets and dot inlays
  • Vintage-style split single-coil Precision Bass pickup
  • Master Volume, Master Tone controls
  • 4-saddle American Vintage Bass bridge
  • Aged nickel/chrome hardware
  • Aged 4-ply tortoiseshell pickguard
  • Knurled flat-top control knobs
  • Vintage-style slotted truss rod nut
  • Vintage Tweed hardshell case and Certificate of Authenticity included

 

Collection within London / SE England and happy to ship within the EU.  Here's my feedback thread: 

 

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