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*SOLD* Fender Japan "E series" PB-62 55 Precision Bass
£880
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Here is a gem of a highly regarded E series (1984-87) Precision. It is basically NOS (new old stock) with 3 very unfortunate blemishes that occurred during shipment from Japan to me. It plays and sounds blooming marvelous as a quality P bass should. Real deal.

It's a basically a new bass from a great period for Fender Japan and comes with it's original hang tags, Manual, lead and gig bag too!

The body is Basswood and the rosewood fingerboard is gorgeous, nice and dark.

It weighs 8.7lbs so very comfortable to play on a strap. A very easy to play bass period.

The nut width is 1.625" , making this a 'B' width neck.

I've only played it a bit in the house and I was going to keep it for future recordings but I've just bought a Stingray 5 so I have to pass it on to someone else unfortunately.

The photos I've used are from the original ad because they are of much better quality than I can do, and it looks the same apart from said blemishes/dinks (which I have photographed.)

I will post it in a nearly new Armourdillo hardcase with all the original tags, case etc..

£850 in person or £880 posted (UK mainland that is. I will ship elsewhere with the buyer paying for the extra postage.)

Thanks for looking.

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Notice the spelling of ‘Presision Bass’ on the label! Looks great if only it had a maple board. 

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That is truly beautiful - I'd say that rosewood board is its finest feature!

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