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SOLD Fender Precision 70's PJ American Special Dee Dee franken custom build

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by jsr914, Oct 23, 2016.


  1. Price:
    650
    Strings:
    4
    Location:
    California
    IMG_6928.JPG I built this PJ last year for my personal use but it isn't getting any play time with my "new" '66 p-bass getting all the love. I am also posting this in the parts forum if anyone wants the complete body or neck. Great 70s vibe without the $$$ or issues associated with CBS basses.

    Here are the specs:

    - Fender American Special PJ Body. Chrome Red. USA made. Poly. A couple of dings on back.
    - Fender Dee Dee Ramone neck. 2015. Replaced nut. Original tuners. Frets and finish in great shape. 1.625 nut, chunky C profile.
    - Fralin overwound pickup (neck) and Fender 70's reissue jazz (bridge)
    - 70's reissue Fender bridge
    - G&G Fender branded case
    - 9 lbs 0 oz
    - Dean Markley blue steel strings

    Sets up w medium low action and sounds great. Lots of 70s growl. Comes with the hard case. $650 including shipping CONUS. Trades possible for 4 string basses.
     
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  4. Bumping this up a couple of times. If still no interest it is getting pulled apart and off to theBay.

    Anyone who needs a PJ body or a great 70's style neck - hit me up.
     
  5. LennyJ

    LennyJ Supporting Member

    Dec 10, 2001
    Acworth, Georgia
    If you break up - Ill take the body.

    tks
     
  6. PM incoming.
     
  7. Still available
     
  8. Jazzcaster89

    Jazzcaster89 Supporting Member

    Oct 3, 2016
    Trade for 04 USA strat. 60th anniversary hwy 1
     

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  9. Thanks, but 4 strings is already more than I can handle.
     
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  10. GolfGuy

    GolfGuy

    Dec 11, 2010
    What do you want for the body?
     

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