EvilBay "Precision"

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  1. deeptubes

    deeptubes

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  2. Tmw2011

    Tmw2011 Supporting Member

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    That paintjob is the very definition of 'burst'... And not in a good way..

    Love the strap pin location on the horn, too.
  3. the wako kid

    the wako kid

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    sounds amazing? I'l have to take his word for it.

    it looks like it was homemade. a sunburst finish is kind of difficult to do but other than that it looks like some morons bastard creation.

    also,see if you can spot the crack in the neck next to the E tuner, I'd run from this bass as fast as I could.
  4. Dredmahawkus

    Dredmahawkus Supporting Member

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    Its a zero (0) rating trying to be funny....wonder what his reserve is! someone email him
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  6. deeptubes

    deeptubes

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    I sent him a message pointing out the discrepancies. He changed the ad title.
  7. Diesel Kilgore

    Diesel Kilgore

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    More firewood.
  8. rockinrayduke

    rockinrayduke Supporting Member

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    Neck looks legit but the body is trash. Wonder what other treasures he has in his studio?
  9. kurosawa

    kurosawa Supporting Member

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  10. Ewo

    Ewo a/k/a Steve Cooper Supporting Member

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    A vintage two-bolt neck, even... :eyebrow:

    (Check pic of back of body.)
  11. EagleMoon

    EagleMoon Supporting Member

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    What kind of pickup is that? Looks like something that Gort from The Day The Earth Stood Still would have made.
  12. Diesel Kilgore

    Diesel Kilgore

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    Haha. Definitely some silvery space ore. Hand forged of course.
  13. Mojo-Man

    Mojo-Man Supporting Member

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    :cool:

    Ya, when did Fender start making 2-bolt necks.
    That paint is terrible.
  14. Tmw2011

    Tmw2011 Supporting Member

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    Less bolts = massive vintage tone. Besides, everyone knows that it's those four bolts on the body that makes those 70's Fenders so heavy... That's why they went to the three bolt system on the jazzes. :rolleyes::bag:
  15. SirMjac28

    SirMjac28 Patiently Waiting For The Next British Invasion Gold Supporting Member

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    It actually might sound good that pickup looks interesting have that pickup checked maybe rewired and maybe upgrade rest of the electronics if the neck is legit it would be worth it.
  16. Wookieonbass

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    I saw the crack too. Either a home-made body or a total pooch-screw of a refinish job. And the two screws holding on the neck? What a sad instrument.
  17. FrednBass

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    i agree it looks nice i would give it a chance but only if i play it first before i buy it by the way where have all the ponctuation marks gone?
  18. jlepre

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    Custome Bass with 70's Vintage Fender Precission Neck. Sounds Amazing!!!!
    Precission? REALLEY? LOL
  19. BawanaRik

    BawanaRik Supporting Member

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    To make it worse there was a 66 that looked real that went off not that much more than this.

    That one will haunt me.
  20. kurosawa

    kurosawa Supporting Member

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    Why? Mother Nature has not stopped making GREAT trees.

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