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SOLD Fender American Standard Precision Bass V

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by esoxhntr, Jan 4, 2014.


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  1. esoxhntr

    esoxhntr Supporting Member

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    2011 American Standard Fender Precision V. Very good condition, though it was clearly used by the previous owner judging from the faint markings on the back - nothing through the paint though. Classic black with white pickguard, and a maple neck. Comes with original hard shell case and goodies. Excellent player, nice B string! Neck gets very straight and plays with very low action. Currently not strung through the body, since I like the sound better when just strung to the bridge.

    I really like the sound of this instrument, but I'm selling because the 19 mm spacing is just a touch too wide for me. I plan on going to an 18mm spacing and neck size, but since there's little chance of trading up to a Roscoe or Alleva Coppolo TB the the price is $850 local, $950 shipped to Lower 48 or most destinations in Canada. If you're in "parts unknown", please contact me for a shipping quote.

    No trades, unless you are talking about an Alleva Coppolo LM4, Alleva Coppolo RA5 (TB model only), or a Roscoe Century Plus 5. Yes I would be willing to add cash.
     

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  2. duff84

    duff84 Supporting Member

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    Cool man I have one of these too great tone and extreme well made bass. Glwts
     
  3. esoxhntr

    esoxhntr Supporting Member

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    Thanks, same to you! Actually, I owe you some thanks - it was your ad that clued me in that calling mine a 60th anniversary edition was confusing the he** out of people, since there was not a dedicated 60th model of this bass. It was simply a commemorative neckplate.

    Anyhow, two more pics...
     

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    esoxhntr Supporting Member

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  6. BigEarl

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    Bump ...I love mine!!!
     
  7. esoxhntr

    esoxhntr Supporting Member

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    Thanks for the bump Big Earl! Trust me, if the spacing were a little tighter and the neck a little narrower from side to side this would not be going anywhere.
     
  8. swpyne

    swpyne Basses R Loaded! Gold Supporting Member

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    Bump for a great bass, I love mine!
     
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  9. fourtet102

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    The one I have healed my GAS. Best feel and sound.
    Good luck!
     
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  10. esoxhntr

    esoxhntr Supporting Member

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    0 degree celsius bump! That's 32 degrees for all y'all into Fahrenheit... ;)
     
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