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Fender Hot-Rodded Precision 1999 Sunset Orange

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Bulltrout, Feb 6, 2014.


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  1. Bulltrout

    Bulltrout Supporting Member

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    Nice example of the late '90's, early '00's Fender Hot-rodded Precision Basses. This one has had a Badass bridge added. All pots and electronics work flawlessly. Has a Hipshot Bass Extender mounted.

    VG condition. Shows some signs of wear consistent with age and some minor finish flaking on the neck, which isn't felt when playing the bass.

    Original pickups. Currently sporting a fresh set of D'addario XL strings. Has the original Tortoise Shell pick guard, which we all know sounds better.

    OHSC included. Case has some minor cracking.

    [DEL]$850 [/DEL] $750 Shipped in Canada and the US.

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    I will ship with tracking to the continental United States & Canada. Alaska, Hawaii, and international shipments may incur additional charges. Item ships from Canada; any customs or brokerage charges are the responsibility of the purchaser. Shipping charges include professional packing and insurance.
  2. PullMyFinger

    PullMyFinger

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    Love the color. Where was it made?
  3. roadrunner

    roadrunner Supporting Member

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  4. Bulltrout

    Bulltrout Supporting Member

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    Good questions. Made in USA. I'll get it weighed properly this evening.
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  6. Bulltrout

    Bulltrout Supporting Member

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    Weight is 9 Lbs 9 1/8 Ounces.
  7. unclebass

    unclebass

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    Wishing it was MIM, then maybe I could afford it! She's a beauty.
  8. pan1k

    pan1k Supporting Member

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    Why did I have to stumble upon this beauty the day before pay day lol :(
  9. Bulltrout

    Bulltrout Supporting Member

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    Because it was meant to be :)
  10. rowyco

    rowyco

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    I absolutely love my Hot-Rodded Precision bass! You can't go wrong if you get this.
  11. Flabass

    Flabass Supporting Member

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    Beautiful.
  12. Bulltrout

    Bulltrout Supporting Member

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    Got to pay off my new Warwick bump. Let's get things moving....$750 shipped in Canada and CONUS.
  13. Bald Steve

    Bald Steve Supporting Member

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    Endorsing Artist: Fodera Basses, Aguilar Amplification
    What are the controls - V/V/T or V/blend/T?
  14. Bulltrout

    Bulltrout Supporting Member

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  15. WoodyG3

    WoodyG3 Supporting Member

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    I've always liked the trans orange color. Is the J pickup a single coil or a 'bucker?
  16. Bulltrout

    Bulltrout Supporting Member

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    It's a single coil, but it's better balanced with the P pickup than they usually are as this one ins overwound (I think Fender called it the New Hot-Vintage J-Bass pickup) and the output is higher than normal for a J pickup.
  17. PullMyFinger

    PullMyFinger

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    Man oh man. If this had a maple fretboard, I'd be on this like nobody's business. Bump for a killer looking bass. Man.
  18. El Tookay

    El Tookay Supporting Member

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    Absolute Stone Cold Killer bass. Love mine, and seriously considering this one.
    BIG HONKIN CANADIAN BUMP for a wicked deal...
  19. DalibortheBeast

    DalibortheBeast Supporting Member

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    Neck width at nut?

    Does it come with the original bridge?

    Thanks
  20. Bulltrout

    Bulltrout Supporting Member

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    It falls out between the normal P and jazz width. I'll get an accurate measurement as soon as I can.

    I do not have the original bridge.
  21. A-Step-Towards

    A-Step-Towards Supporting Member

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    The nut width is 1 5/8 or 1.625, I owned pretty much the same bass minus the bridge.

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