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Can you help me identify this fender P bass?? 51 reissue??

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by blake444555, Mar 27, 2015.

  1. blake444555


    Mar 27, 2015
    Can you help me identify this Fender P bass?? 51 reissue?? It says its made in mexico and from the serial number dates to 1998-1999 but has a single coil like the reissue. I am just wondering if anybody could confirm what this because couldnt find any precision reissues made in mexico and what the value of it may be ??? Thank you 32315 081.JPG 32315 083.JPG 32315 082.JPG 32315 084.JPG
  2. Nobody

    Nobody Banned

    Jul 14, 2004
    ScarfFace, lz4005 and MattyH like this.
  3. Oren Hudson

    Oren Hudson

    Dec 25, 2007
    Gastonia, NC
    Whatever it is, I like it. :thumbsup:
    fretlessguy likes this.
  4. MattyH


    Jul 20, 2010
    Long Island
    Yea Squier 50s P / Mexican Fender neck for sure. Is it yours? I love it!
  5. snyderz


    Aug 20, 2000
    AZ mountains
    I dig mine. Squaring off the heel is the trick if you want to swap necks. The one in my avatar has a MightyMite and a Quarter Pounder. I gig it regularly.
  6. Lownote38


    Aug 8, 2013
    Nashville, TN
  7. blake444555


    Mar 27, 2015
    Thanks everybody!!!!
  8. Just seen this old post and had to chip in how much I love the old single coil P Basses. Squire or Fender don't make no difference. It's what you can do with it that matters. I had (Sold it in 2017 a 54 P Bass) and played it along side my MIM Mexican 54 reissue. Think I bought the MIM in 92 or 93. Now I had flat wound strings on those 2. I used to swop the bridges out for Big Brass or Jumbo Bakerlite Saddles from time to time depending what we were playing. But if it was country, Funk or smooth jazz most people could not tell those instrument apart. Sometimes I had to look just to check. So the only thing that makes your instruments special is you and the effort you put in to making your bass tight. Now illness and age force me to sell everything. I will hopefully post here Classified soon. Good Luck to you all!


    Feb 10, 2016
    Michigan USA
    Sorry for your situation, good luck.
    Albert Vickers likes this.

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