1972 Fender in natural.
She's seen a lot of gigs.
I'm the second owner.
Ash maple weighing in at a svelte 8.2 lbs.
As the above picture shows a j pickup was added by the original owner. When I bought the bass it was sporting some 70's vintage aftermarket pickups. I replaced those with a Nordstrand p-j set, with a hum canceling j-pickup, which are currently installed. When I installed the pickups I shielded the cavity as shown below. Note the truss rod still flush with the end of the neck.
The finish is cracked or missing in a couple of places on the body which are shown below.
As with many older maple necked instruments the finish is worn off the edges of the fretboard. The edges of the neck are nicely broken in and the neck feels amazing. There are also a couple of places on the fretboard where the finish is worn through. The neck is shown in the following pictures.
The neck is all original, tuners frets etc. The body and finish are original. The electronics have been replaced. I'm not sure on the pickguard or bridge. Currently wearing a set of DR HiBeam flats and while there is some fret wear the action is low and buzz free. I think I covered everything but pm me if you want more photos or information.
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