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Fender 1980 Jazz Black Dots & Binding 4-Bolt Fender 1973 Precision Blonde Fretless - Preowned Fender Precision 1976 3-Tone Sunburst, #7647357
Fender 1980's era Jazz bass in Black finish, tortoise pickguard, rosewood fretboard with dots & white binding, white tone control knobs, 4-Bolt neck, 'S85xxxx' serial number.  In very good but 'played' condition.  Has surface scratches, but nothing through to wood.  Frets are in very good shape. Proof that blondes DO have more fun!

Here for your drool factor appreciation is a beautiful and hard to find Translucent Blonde 1973 Fender Precision Bass with maple fretless fretboard! This bass Plays. Like. Butter. This bass has great action, and is strung with black ribbon flat wounds. The fretboard was seemingly refinished, but looks to have been professionally done. Body has two small finish chips and has checking typical of this vintage of bass. Overall the finish is smooth and retains most of its original gloss. A second thumb rest was added on the bass side, but otherwise the hardware is all original and rust free. Electronics are all original. This vintage 73' P-bass comes with a new Fender Tolex hardshell case. Serial #391067

Here is a beautiful specimen of a classic 1976 Fender Precision Bass in 3-Tone Sunburst! This vintage bass is in very good condition; a solid 8 out of 10. The body has amazingly little wear for this vintage of bass, with a few small dings and scratches, but the neck shows near zero finish wear. There are two finish cracks that are only cosmetic. Frets are in great shape with plenty of fret material left, and the neck is straight with nice low action. All original electronics and hardware - rust free and shiny! No pickup cover is included with this one, and the only non-original hardware are a set of Dunlop Straplocks. Comes in a Limited Edition Musician hardshell case. Serial number 7647357. 9.7 lbs.
Fender Precision Bass 1966 3-Tone Burst SN 1230XX
A true collectors piece. This bass is thought to be 100% original, and in excellent condition for a 1966. What is really impressive about this bass is the gorgeous dark Brazilian rosewood fretboard, and striking birds eye maple neck. One piece ash body. The bass has just come into the shop, and a full inspection has not yet been performed, but previous seller said all parts & components were original. Frets look 95% plus, obvious finish wear to back body, and little to no wear to neck or neck finish. Standard checking to body & neck finish, as expected for a 1960's instrument. Will be posting more detailed pictures of neck stamp, pots, etc. Includes original 1960's era Fender hardshell case, bridge cover, and pickup cover.

7.9 lbs

Includes Original Fender 1960's era Hardshell case.