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1973 Fender Precision $2750 Firm

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by JacEntBerry, Apr 10, 2014.

  1. JacEntBerry

    JacEntBerry Supporting Member

    Apr 6, 2014
    This '73 Sunburst Precision Bass was like new when I bought it from the original owner in 1977. It's the Bass on the left in my Avatar but for some reason I can't upload pictures so If interested email or PM me with your email address. It was my main Bass until I bought a Custom Shop '64 Jazz Relic around 2006. I do play this bass and really had a hard time deciding which to sell. The P Bass width at the nut is 1 5/8" and the setup is superb. The action is low and it doesn't buzz. In fact, other than my '64 P Bass that I stupidly sold right after buying a new Ric 4001 in 1976, this is the best P Bass I've ever played. It did have the frets redressed and then set-up by the fine luthier, Steve Soest (he played Bass for Dick Dale and designed all the Dan Electro Basses). As you can see there is finish wear and dings. The case is a left handed Precision Case that I bought around 1990 after the original one fell apart. The machine heads look corroded but some polish would do wonders as I have never polished them. The serial number is 503XXX. Btw, some opinions say ALL 70's Fender Basses are trash, but if you played this you would call them crazy. Also, I live in So. Cal.
  2. JacEntBerry

    JacEntBerry Supporting Member

    Apr 6, 2014
    Bump (finally pictures)
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