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F/S Duncan & CTS Loaded Fender MIM Precision Bass Body

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by NYCbassist, Nov 29, 2013.


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  1. NYCbassist

    NYCbassist Supporting Member

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    ****SOLD*** I was going to make this into a Steve Harris Bass but Found a Matching Body for my Roadworn neck. So now you can buy this very nice Fender P-Bass Body. It's loaded with a Seymore Duncan SPB-1 Vintage($64.95 @Amazon.com) and Cloth wiring. It also has CTS Pots. There is some minor damage(Mojo) so please check the pictures. It's perfect for a roadworn project.:hyper: Sale is for Fully loaded body only(everything but neck Plate). Neck is just to show the potential for your awesome project. Price is $175 delivered. Here's some Pics:
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    The Vintage Threaded saddle bridge is a nice touch. I will also include a genuine Fender Blank Neck plate. Here are some more Pics. Any damage seen is purely Cosmetic.
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