Up for sale is this bodacious parts Precision. Plays real nice with very comfy action, great p-bass tone from classic Alnico V pickups, and commendable sustain. Almost new fat 50's spec neck (All Parts, licensed by Fender), has truss access on the bottom with the big phillips-head nut just like the 57 reissue basses. Also, neck has a hand-rubbed clear nitro finish and contemporary Fender logo water-slide applied by the previous owner. Very comfy to play if you like chunky old-school necks. Body is from a late-80's or early-90's Korean-made Squier in a super nice sandy blonde lustery finish which really pops in the light. Cosmetically a little banged up with chips and scuffs, complete with sticker ghost spots -- no goo, just slightly lighter spots where the stickers were, preventing the sunlight from aging the finish like on the rest of the body. A few finish cracks near the neck pocket and output jack. Tried to capture all these imperfections in the photos. Could easily add a Precision pickguard if you wanted to go for a more traditional Precision look. Currently strung with a new set of Fender flatwounds, but can put roundwounds back on it for you if you're not a flats player. I don't have a scale, but I consider this a relatively light bass. The body is nice and light, the neck is average. Comes with a free basic gig bag or add $30 for the hardshell case in the photos. Really a neat, unique workhorse bass! $300 + approximate shipping to your location (includes gig bag, add $30 for hardshell case). CONUS shipping only and Paypal is preferred. In regard to trades, let me know what you have to offer, but I'm mostly looking to raise funds to offset a recent purchase.