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FS ONLY: 2000 Fender Hot Rodded Precision, Olympic White, Very Good Condition!

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by lavaman67, Jan 31, 2013.

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  1. lavaman67

    lavaman67 Supporting Member

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    Absolutely no trades and no lowball offers.

    I hate to do this, but I need to sell two basses in order to pay for a recent purchase. This American made Fender HRP was only made for two years from 2000-2002! I am the second owner of this bass, and the original owner purchased it directly from Fender. It never saw a showroom floor. The production date on this particular bass is 9/11/00. These are pretty rare these days and I haven't seen an Olympic White in a very long time.

    Let’s get the answers to the most common questions out of the way:

    It’s 1.625"at the nut, with a Modern C-shaped, 9.5" radius. It weighs a little over 9.5 lbs on the scale. I will include the original tortoise shell pick guard that came with the bass, but I had a replacement made using the original as a guide, by John Polk of Terrapin Guitars. I researched several tortoise shell makers for a couple of weeks and he had the best quality. It is huge improvement over the original and a $90 upgrade. This has not been gigged with heavily, and it’s still in great condition. One minor ding on the back of the neck is due to its encounter with the edge of cymbal. The bass has very minor play wear and nothing through the paint. I really take care of my equipment. The case is in decent condition for a bass that’s 13 years old, but as with many Fender cases from this era, it has a minor latch problem. It can be closed pretty easily, but it’s not perfect. It’s really a stunner in person and sounds absolutely killer. I have not seen an Olympic White HRP come up for sale in a very, very long time. This is currently set up with 50-105 Ernie Ball Cobalts, but I have used DR Sunbeams and Sadowsky and Chrome flats on this and they all sound awesome! I recently A/B’d this next to a new American Deluxe Precision, and this blew it away in the tone department. This was professionally set up by Shawn May, of May Custom Basses, and it’s ready to rock.

    SOLD! [DEL][DEL]$1050 [/DEL] Now $1000 shipped! CONUS. PayPal only.[/DEL]

    Fender General Specs:
    Pickups: 1 "New" Hot-Vintage Split Single-Coil P-Bass Pickup,
    1 "New" Hot-Vintage Jazz-Bass Pickup,

    Model Name: Hot Rodded American Precision Bass®
    Model Number: 019-4800-(Color #) and 019-4802-(Color #)
    Series: HOT RODDED AMERICAN SERIES
    Body: Alder or Ash**
    (**Ash Body on Natural Finish and Sunset Orange Transparent
    Neck: Maple
    Fingerboard: Rosewood p/n (019-4800) or Maple p/n (019-4802), (9.5” Radius/241 mm)
    No. of Frets: 20 Medium Jumbo Frets
    Scale Length: 34” (864 mm)
    Width @ Nut: 1.625” (41.3 mm)
    Hardware: Chrome
    Machine Heads: Cast / Open Back
    Bridge: Deluxe (Top-Load or Strings-Thru-Body) Bridge
    Pickguard: 4-Ply Tortoise Shell
    Pickups: 1 "New" Hot-Vintage Split Single-Coil P-Bass Pickup,
    1 "New" Hot-Vintage Jazz-Bass Pickup,
    Pickup Switching: N/A
    Controls: Volume 1. (Neck Pickup),
    Volume 2. (Bridge Pickup),
    Master Tone
    Colors: (700)* 3-Color Sunburst
    (705) Olympic White,
    (706) Black,
    (721)** Natural Ash,
    (722)** Sunset Orange Transparent
    (Polyurethane Finish)
    Strings: Super Bass 8250M, NPS, p/n 073-8250-006,
    Gauges: .045, .065, .085, .110TW (Taperwound E)
    Unique Features: Side-Mounted Input Jack,
    Graphite Reinforced Maple Neck,
    Rounded Body Shape,
    Rolled Fingerboard Edges
    Source: CORONA (US)
    Accessories: Standard Molded Case
    INTRODUCED: 6/2000
    DISCONTINUED: 1/2002
    DISCONTINUED COLORS:
    COMMENTS: Replaced Hot Rod American Standard Precision Bass 6/2000
    WRENCH SIZES: Truss Rod Wrench, 3/16", p/n 0048693000,
    Saddle Height Wrench, 1/16", p/n 0021109000

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  2. Bulltrout

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    Love these basses. Looking to see what I can sell....:ninja:
  3. lavaman67

    lavaman67 Supporting Member

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    No doubt Bulltrout! The only reason I am selling is I just bought a Custom Shop version of this. I have three PJ's right now and I have to sell two including a 2011 Custom Shop Closet Precision Bass Pro! And the only reason I am selling this one is, the CS I just bought is in Olympic White as well. I love both dearly, and would like to keep all three if I could, but the wife isn't having that! :bawl:
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    Is the J noiseless? Love PJ's but always need a noiseless J :D
  5. lavaman67

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    No, it's a "New Hot Vintage Jazz". You could always drop in a noiseless, but I really like this one the way it is now.
  6. Anthony Barrett

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    Hi - I have the 2011 Closet Classic P Pro in bleached TSB. Sound-wise, do you note a difference between the 2011 and the 2012? Interested to hear.
  7. lavaman67

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    Hey Anthony. No, not really, but I haven't had the opportunity to run it throughout my SVT yet. I have a gig tomorrow night so I will let you know
  8. Anthony Barrett

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    Cool. Thanks for taking the trouble man.
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    I have the ash one i put in the dimarzio dp 126 pj set in and holy shivckie sounds great and the output of the j matches the p with no noise. a 99 dollar upgrade. o yea cool bass lavaman.
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    Thanks bassfreakah! Another great thing about these basses is they make a great platform for experimentation.
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    What a beauty!
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    i have 3 of these...absolutely killer basses. versatile, perfect jazz position, and a neck to die for....glwts
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    I do have a 2012 American p and my ash hot rod sounds much better. Phater fuller rounder then you add in the j and blows it all away!!!!!!
  14. lavaman67

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    Thanks guys! I am second guessing myself now! These are really well done. I had high hopes for the new American Deluxe P, but it can't touch this in terms of tone. I A/B it against two and they both were pale in comparison to the HRP.
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    I'm amazed this one is still here. Great bass bump!
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    Price drop bump! These are very rare in Olympic White. Now $1000 shipped anywhere in CONUS. PayPal only.
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    ON HOLD, PENDING PAYMENT!
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    SOLD! Back to Cali!
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