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NBD - 1964 Fender Precision Bass

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by slime1, Feb 15, 2014.

  1. slime1

    slime1

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    Got me a really nice -64 Precision Bass today, in a very good condition. Please enjoy some pictures:

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  2. map34157

    map34157 Supporting Member

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    Beautiful. Congrats man that's a sweet bass right there.
  3. KPO2000

    KPO2000 Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Very nice! Would match my '64 Jazz perfectly.
  4. Sundogue

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    Wow. That thing looks brand new! I'm guessing someone bought it and just kept it in storage? Very sweet. I love old P-Basses (especially that burst and rosewood fretboards) and that is one of the nicest ones I've seen.

    Congrats!
  5. dukeplaysbass

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    Super clean! Congrats!
  6. Runnerman

    Runnerman Registered Bass Player Supporting Member

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    Luvly!
    That's two almost pristine vintage instrument NBD's in the same week.
    Almost too much to take.
  7. jacksonev94

    jacksonev94 Supporting Member

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    Beautiful. Congratulations!
  8. Texsunburst59

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    That's crazy clean. Congrats! Are you going to now add the mojo to it and make it look its age? ;)
  9. RyanJD

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    Woah. What a beast.
  10. troy mcclure

    troy mcclure Supporting Member

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    beautiful, congrats
  11. Webtroll

    Webtroll Rolling for initiative Supporting Member

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    Gorgeous! Grats!
  12. Matt Dean

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    So, what's the story behind that one?
  13. Pentatonic

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  14. bassman1987

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    Oh my goodness...:eek:

    Gorgeous bass, congratulations!
  15. Mastermold

    Mastermold Supporting Member

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    Wow! Is that a refin or original finish? Looks brand new!
  16. mcarp555

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    Beautiful. Love it. Sigh.
  17. slime1

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    It´s the original finish. As you can see, not much used. Fantastic, isn´t it?
  18. mjac28

    mjac28 50th Anniversary Ed Sullivan February 9, 1964 Gold Supporting Member

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  19. geddy402

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    Very nice! Where dido you find it?
  20. TinIndian

    TinIndian Supporting Member

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    Two unbelievably clean vintage basses in one week. 1st a pristine 65 lefty Jazz and now an equally pristine 64 Precision! Congrats on the find! Can you tell us anything of its history?

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