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Ghost Rider

Fender USA Precision 1978-81
£1950
North Shields, Tyne & Wear

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Here is my Fender USA Precision Bass 1978-81. 

1978-81 Vintage fender precision bass in great condition

Ash body & maple neck

According to info I have found regarding the date the bass was made here are the details

Your guitar was made at the

Fullerton Plant (Fender - CBS Era), USA in 1978 - 1981

Production Number: 9005

Comes with case & hang tags.

The previous owner bought it from bass direct & I have owned this bass around 5 or 6 years.

It’s in fantastic condition & really has to be seen to be appreciated. 

I took it to a bass gathering last week & it got some favorable comments

Price is £1950

I’m not really after trades at the moment. 

More pictures are available If anyone wants a particular shot 

Big thanks to Michael aka “water of tyne”  for the main photo! 

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I’d prefer cash on collection so the bass can be tried out but I maybe willing to post or maybe meet half way with potential buyers. 

I have lots of positive feedback on here & been a member for over 10 years. 

Any questions fire away! 

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On 26/11/2019 at 00:29, Conrad said:

Hi is it a chunky neck ? I prefer them,  either way its a been well looked after, it looks almost new 

Hi mate, 

It’s approximately 41mm at the nut & I’ve also included a pic of the case & the hang tags the bass came with. 

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On 26/11/2019 at 00:47, PJ-Bassist said:

What's the weight of this beaut ?

Hi, I think it’s approximately 10lbs if memory serves me right. 
Your more than welcome to try it out. I think most 70s P basses that are made from ash are around the 10lb mark. 
Cheers 👍🏻 

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3 hours ago, Ghost Rider said:

Hi, I think it’s approximately 10lbs if memory serves me right. 
Your more than welcome to try it out. I think most 70s P basses that are made from ash are around the 10lb mark. 
Cheers 👍🏻 

Thanks,  would love to give it a whirl but I'm at the wrong end of the country sadly.

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10 hours ago, PJ-Bassist said:

Thanks,  would love to give it a whirl but I'm at the wrong end of the country sadly.

Ok mate, no problem. Would you like me to get an accurate weight & look into a cost for sending the bass? Or was it just a general question regarding the weight?

Cheers

Anth 

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On 28/11/2019 at 07:53, Ghost Rider said:

Ok mate, no problem. Would you like me to get an accurate weight & look into a cost for sending the bass? Or was it just a general question regarding the weight?

Cheers

Anth 

Was more curious as I saw it was Ash (which I assumed to be Ash Ash as opposed to Swamp Ash).  Assumed it would be heavier.

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I’m pretty sure my pricing for this bass is a fair one. Am I a million miles off as I’ve seen the same year basses go for £2200 plus at music shops? 
Cheers!!! 

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