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CIJ Fender Precision A/E Fretless

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by sharpbass, Nov 4, 2013.


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  1. sharpbass

    sharpbass Supporting Member

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    CIJ Precision A/E Fretless
    • Spruce top
    • Mahogany sides and back
    • Maple neck and Rosewood fingerboard
    • This is a very unique instrument, made briefly in 1989-1990 in the Fender Japan factory.
    • Lace Sensor P-style pickup in the usual position
    • Piezo Pickup in bridge
    • Controls: vol, tone, pickup blend


    It's a bound semi-hollow body in the general Precision shape but no body contours. It's got tilt neck adjustment so even though there's a fixed bridge you get full control over string height. String-thru body. With the tapewound strings, it's about as close as any electric OR acoustic bass guitar will come to sounding like an upright.

    It has a couple dings, but nothing bad. I took photos of the dings with the camera flash on in a darker room, so they look worse in the pics than in real life. I just wanted to show everything. The board is in great shape, as its worn flats forever.

    $850 shipped.

    Yes the G string is off of the nut in the pics. I was wiping it down before taking picks and didn't notice it.
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  2. snyderz

    snyderz Supporting Member

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    Bump for a cool fretless. Had one of these about 10 years ago.
  3. sharpbass

    sharpbass Supporting Member

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