SOLD Fender MIM "50's'' ''1957'' Reissue P; blonde; 60th Anniversary

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  1. Chef

    Chef Moderator Supporting Member

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    Fender MIM ''50's'' Precision:
    The MIM version of the 1957 reissue P, and every bit as good as the USA version, IMO/IME

    60th Anniversary Edition
    Blonde, vintage tint maple neck
    spiral saddle bridge, reverse wound tuners, vintage size frets, bridge cover and tug bar: all the cool stuff!

    Stock pickup, which is great!
    Strung with Chromes

    1 3/4" neck width, synthetic bone nut, 20 frets, classic "Shallow C" contour. 7.25" fingerboard radius; I find it very comfortable.
    weight: 9lbs 2oz.
    Comes with a nice Fender gig bag
    $545 shipped


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  2. Blueszilla

    Blueszilla Bassist ordinaire

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    Pic links come up as 'Invalid'.
     
  3. Chef

    Chef Moderator Supporting Member

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    sorry; interwebz not behaving here this am. they're up now!
     
  4. svtb15

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    Nice bass. GREAT PRICE ... GLWTS.
     
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  6. Blueszilla

    Blueszilla Bassist ordinaire

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    That's more like it, very nice Chef, quite tempting.
     
  7. Chef

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    She's a sweetheart, for sure, thx!
     
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    Stock pickup ? That looks like a G&L pickup in your pix.
    Beautiful Bass !!!
     
  9. DaveDeVille

    DaveDeVille ... you talkin' to me ?? Supporting Member

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    i noticed that too ...
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  10. nubs

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    Its chefs...why wouldn't it be....LOL
     
  11. Chef

    Chef Moderator Supporting Member

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    Yes, it is a G&L pickup in the photos.
    That is not for sale; and it will ship with the stock pickup in it!
     
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    Chef Moderator Supporting Member

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    no trades; thanks...
     
  13. flbass82

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    Beautiful bass there chef! Wish I had the money bump!
     
  14. Chef

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    Chef Moderator Supporting Member

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    Still for sale......or can I stop obsessing?!?? :bag:
     
  17. Chef

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    Too good to sell, gonna keep it at least for now.
     

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