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Fender Custom Shop Pino Palladino Precision

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by kurpak, Mar 9, 2014.


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  1. kurpak

    kurpak Supporting Member

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    Bought new, built in Nov 2011. Complete with case, candy, COA, and original Thomastik strings;only mod is an added thumb rest. No issues whatsoever, perfect low action setup. Some of the best fretwork I've seen from the custom shop, the fret ends are rolled\blended really well, super comfortable. This is the most vintage sounding custom shop instrument I've heard and I've played quite a few, sounds almost identical to my 67 p.
    Notice the decal isn't all peeled off like on most. It has the standard pino relic treatment on the back.
    I took these pics when new, so there are a couple extra small dings here and there but nothing major, it is a relic after all:smug:
    8.3 lbs
    $3100 shipped
    Not looking for trades at this time, thanks-

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  2. Mojo-Man

    Mojo-Man Supporting Member

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    :cool:

    Bump for the best P-Bass Fender has made in the last 25 years.
  3. inthebassclef

    inthebassclef Supporting Member

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    bump as well. Just got one and man oh man someone needs to snatch this up because it seriously is the best P I have ever played!!
  4. rocker68

    rocker68 Supporting Member

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    Bump for a great bass. Wish mine was as light as this one.
    Looks beautiful!
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  6. kurpak

    kurpak Supporting Member

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    Thanks for the bumps everyone!
    Think I'm going to put this sale on hold, having second thoughts about selling this one. I'll revive this thread at a later date
    if it's back up for sale.
    Thanks
  7. Mastermold

    Mastermold Supporting Member

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    So was it your response to my query in the Pino thread that got you thinking? :D
  8. kurpak

    kurpak Supporting Member

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    Haha, maybe a little... I had some emergency vehicle expenses to take care of, but I figured out a way to pay for them without having to sell my bass.. for now:crying:
    It's really hard to let these go!
  9. Session1969

    Session1969 Gold Supporting Member

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    What's this take away stuff ? Jeez.
  10. Kmrumedy

    Kmrumedy

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    If this is not for sale please close the thread.
  11. kurpak

    kurpak Supporting Member

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    Back up for sale! (for real this time)
  12. MrLenny1

    MrLenny1 Supporting Member

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    What makes a Pino P-bass so expensive?
  13. inthebassclef

    inthebassclef Supporting Member

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    oh it is the craftsmaship. I just got one about a month ago and hands down the best P I have ever played. The neck is sublime. It is quatersawn and sanded down in all the right places. The bass is broken in in all the right places already.
    Plus the fretwork is the best I have ever seen on a Fender.
    Plus the pickups are amazing. and its super light. Mine is 8lb on the nose. Sorry for the rant but hands down IMO the pino is the best P Fender has made since the early 60's. And you can't even touch those basses now unless you have a large disposable income.
  14. pacojas

    pacojas "FYYA BUN" Supporting Member

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    play one and the answer will be obvious! ;)
  15. Session1969

    Session1969 Gold Supporting Member

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    I was able to play one at the GTG in Petaluma at Mesa Boogie. It was absolutely amazing. When you play that bass, you know alot of work went into making it feel so damn good.
  16. sneha1965

    sneha1965 Supporting Member

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    Made on 9/11 too.
  17. kurpak

    kurpak Supporting Member

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    Lots of inquiries, 3100 shipped-bump
  18. kurpak

    kurpak Supporting Member

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  19. kurpak

    kurpak Supporting Member

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    how is this still here bump
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