I was recently sold this bass from a fellow TB'er, cleaned it up a bit (cleaned frets, conditioned board, polished it up), new Daddario XL's (balanced tension) and played it. I've decided to stick with what I've already got for now.
2011/12 Fender American Standard Precision P Bass.
Excellent Condition (see photos below)
Olympic White finish
Tortoise Shell Pick-guard with some light swirling
Nice Dark Rosewood Board in excellent condition
Maple neck is SOLID with a perfectly functional truss. Checked at 0.008" relief
Weight is right around 9lbs (9.3 according to bathroom scale)
Strings are brand new Daddario XL nickels. Bass is tuned Standard B with balanced singles gauges 130-95-70-55
Plays smooth, resonates well and feels powerful!
Fender Hardshell from different era is included with case candy!
"Issues worth noting"
Not much! There is a bit of fret sprout most likely due to the cold weather around here. I did condition the board with a few drops of fret doctor but I wanted anyone interested to know.
The other thing is on the front of the body there appears to be a small area with tiny indentions (finish flaws?) but nothing that goes through wood and certainly nothing that effects the tone or playability of the instrument- you can't tell anything's there with the color of the finish. It's only this one area and I tried to picture this the best I could in the 3rd picture.
$850 shipped CONUS only. Paypal is fine.