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1976 Sunburst Fender Precision Bass - Original - Reduced
£1800
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Up for Trade/Sale my 1975 Fender Precision.   The guitar is all original bar a recent refret.   A very good playing bass.  I won't bore you with flowery descriptions you all know what you are looking at.

Pros:

  • 1975 Fender P Bass
  • Original throughout - Pick Ups, Pots, Bridge, Tuners
  • Just been restrung with Roto Sound Flat Wounds
  • Recent Refret
  • Original Case

Cons

  • Obvious wear to body
  • Small gouge/dent to rear of neck - doesn't effect the playing
  • Refret - Makes the bass less than 100% original
  • Case is heavily worn and marked though all the locks work as they should (no keys)

More pictures available - Any queries drop me a line.

Ideally would like to trade for a Fender Pro Junior Amp or 57 Tweed Champ - with cash adjustment either way.

Effects Pedals (I'm a sucka for them - Strymon - Analogman - D*A*M - Earthquaker Devices - W H Y

4 String Bass - W H Y

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*** Following stripping the bass for requested additional pictures the pots date the bass to 1976 not 1975 as originally stated.   The neck feels very similar in profile to a Jazz.****  

  • 43mm at the Nut
  • Bass weighs a trim 9lbs on the trusty bathroom scales

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** Reduced £1725 **

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Edited by bouvier
Duplicated Pictures + Additional Information + Price Reduction
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Usual boring question,,😊what type of neck it is,the width too?body which Wood?weight)and all pictures on neck stamp,electonic , rooting ,pots ,pick up ,pick guard on the reverse side ,thanks again 😊

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I will update the post in the morning with some more pictures and info

 

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