Hello guys. I just bought this 72 p bass, and still thinking on what to do. I like more of the sound and vibe of it, but at the same time I feel quite strangled by the fact that the seller didn't mention these little problems that it has. The first problem is that the tone doesn't do anything, I looked at the wiring and it has been wired incorrectly. At the moment it sounds as with the tone all the way one ( muffled ) but still very cutting and resonant. Sustains forever! Second problem is that frets were in this condition, almost done . Volume and tone knobs are not original and a slightly bent tuning peg. Ogh and there are some problems with severe buzzing on the upper frets, needs re-fret job and feeling the extra deep slots. As the repair for 300 gbp = 400 usd is not cheap. I bought the bass for equivalent of 2050 usd. Comes with non original hard case. I was thinking if I should contact the buyer and claim the repair charge? I think if I spend 300-350 gbp on it - it would be worth of an equivalent 72 p bass in a slightly better condition (though maybe not considering the prices that are on ebay now + shipping tax to the UK from USA). The seller didn't mention all these little issues, neither has stated it in the auction. What do you guys think? Would be great also to hear from vintage fender experts!