This is a bass assembled from parts, but the key piece is an original '61 Fender Precision neck. Obviously I'll try to provide any information I have, so please ask questions if you're interested. But here's the basics to start: -'61 Fender neck, original finish and decal, original tuners, etc. -Aftermarket body finished in nitro ("aged"/tinted) Sonic Blue with aged parchment guard -Fralin pickup, all new wiring & pots (The body is from a wholesale supplier that my guitar-building friend uses, so it's not a recognized name brand like Warmoth, etc. but is similar in quality.) The neck shows wear but is in very good player condition. Truss rod is good, and frets have some wear but aren't bad. The dot at the 19th fret appears to have been replaced (with wood?) long ago. This neck feels exactly as good as you imagine it would from looking at the photos. No issues as a player at all - great feel, great tone. I hate to try to describe how perfect or imperfect an instrument is to someone else - you know how that can be. With that in mind, I'm not going to vouch for the perfection of intonation or anything, because I don't know your standards. I will say this: I play alt-country/roots rock in a loud band, and I have a good ear, and I love how this bass plays. No case, but I'll pack it well. (Case pictured in some photos is not included.) I'm sure I'm leaving things out, but will add more info as needed. Not looking for trades, although I might listen to offers of bass + cash, but only if it's mostly cash. Never hurts to ask. $2100/obo shipped to lower 48. More pics coming later.