I ran across this today this poor thing is dying to be restored. I was thinking about grabbing it and letting johnk_10 work his Harry Potter on it any suggestions? is she too far gone?. I'm also curious how it sounds as is? "This is a 1971 (serial # 306361) Fender Precision Bass that has been heavily modified as you can see. The only things original are the body, pickguard, neck plate and I believe the tone/volume pots. The neck is made by a company called Double Eagle. I can't find much info on them but it seems like they made Fender copy necks and bodies back in the 80's. Very high quality. The bridge is Badass and the pickups have all been changed. The bridge pickups I think are early patent applied for Dimarzio's. I don't know what the middle pickups are, I assumed they were original but they don't have grey bottoms. I believe the neck pickup is from a Martin EB-18 bass, sounds really good. As you can see, the routs are not that great but the body is so beat up it fits in with the overall look. There were 6 screw holes added to mount an extra pickguard which I threw away. You can fill in and touch up the holes if they bother you. This is what you'd call a player. I am assuming this was heavily gigged with. The neck is actually in clean condition, doesn't show that much use. It's straight, truss rod adjusts fine and the frets look really good. The bass is set up with perfect action, plays and sounds amazing! The pickups all work and sound good. The switch is 5 way, combines neck/middle middle/bridge. Not sure what the toggle switch does, probably a coil tap or something like that, seems to make the pickups sound weaker I keep it on the up position.Weighs 9.31 pounds, nut is 1 5/8th. Comes with a non original hard shell case. Actual item pictured "