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FS: Fender '70s Precision Bass (White/Maple)

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by fretlesswonder, Jan 22, 2013.

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  1. fretlesswonder

    fretlesswonder Supporting Member

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    **SOLD**
    This is like new, never play it, it sits, looking for $500 shipped. Pictures will be up tonight...I decided to sell some gear on the way to work. Thanks.

    A New P-Bass, Straight out of the '70s!
    Fender's astounding '70s Precision Bass® takes you back to a golden era for the venerable P-Bass - with a brand-new instrument! The '70s Precision Bass has all the hallmarks that made the instrument such a go-to axe, including the well-balanced alder body, the comfortable maple neck, and that split single-coil pickup. This beauty of a bass is brimming with tonal character! '70s-era appointments and super-solid hardware give you the looks and vibe of a vintage instrument, in a bass that's perfect for classic or modern styles. The '70s Precision Bass is a great choice for any generation!

    Fender '70s Precision Bass 4-string Bass Guitar Features:

    Incredible '70s-era P-Bass vibe, in a modern instrument

    Classic construction, with alder body and comfortable maple neck

    A super-solid P-bass playing experience, with mid-'70s appointments

    Bound neck, block inlays, thumb rest and '70s-style headstock logo

    Rock-solid hardware, for stable tuning

    Fender's '70s Precision Bass gives you a new instrument loaded with classic bass vibe! Specification Detail
    Body Type Precision
    Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
    Number of Strings 4
    Color Olympic White
    Body Material Alder
    Body Finish Gloss Urethane
    Scale Length 34"
    Number of Frets 20
    Fingerboard Material Maple
    Fingerboard Inlay Black Blocks
    Neck Material Maple, Bolt-on
    Neck Shape C
    Nut Width 1.625"
    Bridge/Tailpiece Vintage-style Bridge
    Tuners Vintage '70s Fender Stamped Open-gear
    Number of Pickups 1
    Bridge Pickup Split Single-coil
    Controls 1 x Volume, 1 x Tone
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    Will be up tonight...
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    Mexico or Japan made?
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    Mexico.
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    Great bass and a great deal!
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    I'll take it!
  10. ShowLow

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    Someone needed to!! At that price...sheesh.
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