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SOLD F/S Upgraded Fender Classic 50's Precision Honey Blonde

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by melikecookies, Mar 6, 2014.


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  1. melikecookies

    melikecookies Supporting Member

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    I have up for grabs a beautiful honey blonde frankenbass. The neck is mint condition from an American Precision Special, less than 2 hours of play time on a different body. I have hipshot tuners installed, but will also include the original tuners from the neck. The body is a brand new, never used 50's classic precision with the plastic still on the pickups. This particular honey blonde is beautifully transparent, the grain is a lot more visible compared to my other honey blonde bass. It has been recently setup and strung with D'Adarrio Chromes, but I will also include the Fender Rounds that came with the bass. Ships in a new Fender gig bag with all the documents for the 50's classic.
    Sorry, not looking for any trades.
    $680 Shipped CONUS
    $650 local sale in the DMV area or surrounding states.
    Can ship in an older Fender hardshell case for $20 dollars extra if preferred. Pics:
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    Thanks for looking, have a great day.
     
  2. MoBe

    MoBe

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    You say the neck is a Jazz but it shows as a Precision in your pictures,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,why?
     
  3. melikecookies

    melikecookies Supporting Member

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    I apologize, I got it mixed up with my other 50s bass. The neck is thin like a jazz, editing it now.
     
  4. TN WOODMAN

    TN WOODMAN

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    That neck looks great on that body and I'm partial to the tinted 50 s classic p necks.
     
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  6. melikecookies

    melikecookies Supporting Member

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  7. jazzcat_13

    jazzcat_13

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    Are you willing to sell just the body?
     
  8. petrus61

    petrus61 Supporting Member

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    This bass is a steal!
     
  9. melikecookies

    melikecookies Supporting Member

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    At the moment, I'm looking to sell everything together. Will let you know if that changes. Still available.
     
  10. staurosjohn

    staurosjohn Ahhh- the 70's! Supporting Member

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    I keep coming back to look at this bass... so close and yet so far...

    BUMP
     
  11. IPA

    IPA

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    ditto on the neck, love the profile on the am spec and might be interested if it goes to the chopping block
     
  12. melikecookies

    melikecookies Supporting Member

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    If I can sell the neck and the body at the same time, I would go through with it. Sending you both a PM.
     
  13. JLubinsky-Mast

    JLubinsky-Mast Supporting Member

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    If this man needs to bail on the body, I'd step in to pick it up.
     
  14. melikecookies

    melikecookies Supporting Member

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    Body is headed to the great man in Canada.. Neck is on its way the accessories section. Thanks for all the interest.
     

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