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*SOLD* Fender Precision MIM 2005/6 - £400
£420
Banbury M40 J11

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I’m moving on my MIM Fender Precision Bass. It’s a 2005/6 model according to the serial number and is totally stock. It’s in excellent condition. Never gigged, only ever used at home. It’s in my way as I’m not playing much these days. 
Nice satin neck, nut width is approximately 42mm and it’s a nice chunky profile. On my bathroom scales it’s 4kg dead. The white scratch plate has aged nicely to a kind of faded parchment and the dark blue slightly metallic paint is spotless. 

No gig bag but I do have a sturdy bass box that a Squier came in for transporting. I’d rather meet up, not keen on sending. I’m centrally located (I live about a mile from M40 J11) but am often in the Midlands and northern Home Counties. I’m happy for you to arrange your own courier if you prefer and I’ll pack it well in said box. 

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Damn. Love electron blue.

looks so similar to my Sadowsky P it would be a bit silly to have both. 
 

Looks ace - also looks great with dark red fender tort.

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4 minutes ago, funkle said:

What’s the body wood? Alder, poplar, ash? 

Alder by this time x

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