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SOLD 80s mij fender medium scale precision bass

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by WarriorJoe7, Apr 6, 2014.


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  1. WarriorJoe7

    WarriorJoe7 Supporting Member

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    Excllent bass. Cosmetic condition 6. No functional issues

    The part you grab of the one tuning key was missing when i got it, so i epoxied a quarter in there. You can easily remove it by placing a cotton ball soaked in acetone on the tuner head for 30 minutes. Or you could just replace the tuner. Fully functional and solid as is though.

    I can install a 12 position varitone in this bass for $100. I will have a video up of one bass i did this to in the near future.

    $500 shipped conus (a lone neck just sold for 380 on ebay)

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  2. gcbake

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    Put a tort guard on this and it would be baddass.
     
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